Mending broken porcelain is often possible but you will need to contact a ceramics restorer to assess whether the damage to your item can be repaired and if it is worthwhile. They will usually need to see the object, or a really good photograph of it, to make a first assessment and give you an estimate of cost.

There are several different types of repair: a ‘museum repair’ aims to make an object stable and to halt any deterioration. It will not seek to disguise any damage but usually will involve deep cleaning of the object so that cracks and other damage are less obvious. Other types of ‘restoration’ can completely hide any damage by painting or spraying over any faults or even making complete new replacement parts such as handles and lids. A professional restorer will always advise the best and most appropriate type of repair for your object.

You could try the Institute for Conservation for more information or look at

Please note: this list is not a recommendation or guarantee for quality of work


David Adams
Antique pottery and porcelain, architectural ceramics
Monogram Studios, 25 Kinsey Street, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 1ES
t: 01260 273 957


David Battams
Member of Institute of Conservation
All types and makes of ceramics, crystal, glass and resin. Museum and invisible repairs
t: 07956 832 375
[email protected]


Helen Warren Porcelain Restoration
Member of Institute of Conservation
Unit 7, Salterton Workshops, Station Road, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, EX9 6RJ
t: 01395 442600
[email protected]


Beckwith & Son
St Nicholas Hall, 43 St Andrew Street, Hertford, Herts SG14 1HZ
Oriental and European porcelain restorer
t: 01992 582 079


Tiago Oliveira Ceramics Glass Enamels
t: 07780 931 980
[email protected]

Northern Ireland

Clare Ross
Dunluce Antiques, 33 Ballytober Road, Bushmills, Co Antrim BT57 8UU
Antique and modern pottery and porcelain. Trained at West Dean
t: 02820 731 140


Restoration Works
All types of ceramic restoration
Hannah West – Witney area
t: 01993 705 709
Joanna Seaward – Oxford area
t: 01865 761 033


Alan Finney Antiques Ltd.
3 John Street, Biddulph, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs ST8 6BB
All types of pottery and porcelain, especially antique
t: 01782 519 006
[email protected]


Vivanee Art & Design
Guild of Master Craftsmen
20 Malden Rd, Cheam Village, Surrey SM3 8QF
Modern and antique porcelain and pottery, lamp conversions
t: 020 8664 4757


West Dean College
West Dean, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 1QZ
t: 01243 811 301.
Tuition available. All types of ceramics and glass. [email protected]


Peter David
Accredited Member of the Institute for Conservation
PJD Ceramics Ltd, 1 Peterswell Road, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF62 7NB
All pottery and porcelain repairs carried out. Museum repairs
t: 01446 748 153
[email protected]



DoctorArts Inc. (Eduardo Czarnecki)
4827 SW 75th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33155
Restoration of porcelain, antiques and Fine Arts, museum-quality repairs
t: 305 479 6826
[email protected]


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