David Heide

Design Studio

Summit Tudor Revival

Before & After

Here’s the classical plaster panel labeled ‘Homer’ as it was first uncovered, damaged, then in an historic catalogue selling for $5.00 in 1914, and, finally, repaired by a fabricator reworking the damaged face of the plaster relief panel with acrylic, infilling what was missing.

The satisfying process of uncovering buried treasure and restoring it to it’s original beauty. 

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