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Conservation of leather and related materials
Covers all aspects of skin and leather preservation, from clothing to cuir bouilli and taxidermy to bookbindings. Discusses the tools and equipment needed to transform and preserve products including fur, feathers, parchment, fish and reptile skins. Describes how to recognize the animal species and the processing methods employed.
|Other titles||Art Conservation Department Library|
|Statement||Marion Kite, Roy Thomson.|
|Series||Butterworth-Heinemann series in conservation and museology|
|Contributions||Thomson, Roy., State University College at Buffalo. Dept. of Art Conservation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
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Will not leave an oily or sticky finish on the leather, ideal for books, furniture and more. Apply thinly with a lint free cloth or swab, into leather surface, buffing as you work. Apply in layers allowing an hour to dry between each application. Please consult a conservator for advice on treating fragile and valuable leather. g / 8oz. We present regular updates at the American Institute for Conservation’s Annual Meeting, including in in Houston as part of a symposium titled, “The Current Use of Leather in Book Conservation” and a poster titled “A Group Effort to Understand the Material Properties of all Leathers Both Old and New” at the annual meeting in.
Conservation of leather and related materials by Marion Kite ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Oxford: Burlington, MA | Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann, ; ISBN . Postprints of the 4th Interim Meeting, ICOM-CC Working Group on Leather & Related Materials – April , Amsterdam Page 56 Revised Guidelines for the Conservation of Leather and Parchment Bookbindings Ko van de Watering Book restorer Royal Library P.O. Box 90 NL LK The Hague.
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The conservation of skin, leather and related materials is an area that, until now, has had little representation by the written word in book form. Marion Kite and Roy Thomson, of the Leather Conservation Centre, have prepared a text which is both authoritative and comprehensive, including contributions from the leading specialists in their /5(7).
The conservation of skin, leather and related materials is an area that, until now, has had little representation by the written word in book form.
Marion Kite and Roy Thomson, of the Leather Conservation Centre, have prepared a text which is both authoritative and comprehensive, including contributions from the leading specialists in their fields, such as Betty Haines, Mary Lou Florian, Ester. Conservation of Leather and Related Materials book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The conservation of skin, leather and relate /5. In making leather a raw, putrescible animal skin is converted into a dry, non-putrescible material with the handle and degree of flexibility required for its specific end use.
The skin of any vertebrate animal can be made into leather, and the one common characteristic of these skins is that they are primarily composed of the protein by: The conservation of skin, leather and related materials is an area that, until now, has had little representation by the written word in book form.
Marion Kite and Roy Thomson, of the Leather Conservation Centre, have prepared a text which is both authoritative and comprehensive, including contributions from the leading specialists in their. Conservation Of Leather And Related Materials conservation And Museology. The book covers all aspects of skin and leather preservation, from Cuir Bouillie to bookbindings.
There is discussion of the technical and chemical elements necessary in conservation, meaning that professional conservators should find the book a useful part of their collection. item 2 Conservation of Leather and Related Materials by Marion. Although a comprehensive book describing collection concerns for natural history collections, some practical information on animal study skins that relates to leather and furs.
Kite, Marion, and Roy Thomson, Eds. Conservation of Leather and Related Materials. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinmann. This chapter is intended to cover the use of leather and leather substitutes as repair material in book conservation.
It was originally based on the summary write-up from "Pre-Meeting Symposium: The Current Use of Leather in Book Conservation" which took place May 29th, in Houston, TX prior to the 46th AIC Annual Meeting.
Properties of leather. Leather is a highly sought after material due to its resistance to tearing, flexing and puncture. It is also a good insulator of heat and prevents the passage of air flow.
In order for skins to be turned into leather they must go through the process known as tanning to stabilize the collagen for the duration of the manufacture. However, leather is unique in that it. TALAS offers a wide variety of books on the conservation of books and paper as reference materials for projects.
Browse our selection today. Books on the repair and treatment of works on paper, cloth and leather bindings, as well as storage and handling. 4 Products. Materials and Technology. The raw materials for skin and leather products are obtained from a wide range of animals.
All of these animal products are composed of the protein s procedures are carried out to prevent purification and impart specific working properties to the finished product.
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Report "Conservation of Leather and Related Materials" Please fill this form, we will try to respond as soon as possible. Your name. Email. Reason. Description. Submit Close. Share & Embed "Conservation of Leather and Related Materials". The nature and properties of leather / Roy Thomson --Collagen: the leathermaking protein / B.M.
Haines --The fibre structure of leather / B.M. Haines --The chemistry of tanning materials / A.D. Covington --The mechanisms of deterioration in leather / Mary-Lou E. Florian --Testing leathers and related materials / Roy Thomson --The manufacture of.
The paring removes almost all of the corium tissue but whereas the thickness had been reduced by about a half, the strength was reduced by five sixths." Haines, B.
The Fibre Structure of Leather. In: M. Kite and R. Thompson, ed., Conservation of Leather and Related Materials, 1st ed. Elsevier, p Avoid interventive conservation treatment of leather and skin objects whenever possible.
See NPS Museum Handbook, Part I (MH-I), Chapter 3, Museum Objects Preservation: Getting Started, for a discussion of preventive conservation and conservation treatment. How can I find the latest information on care of these types of materials. The aim is to share recent conservation experiences, current projects and research initiatives, as well as new or innovative solutions regarding the conservation of leather and related materials such as parchments, skins, hides and furs.
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