Since 1989 Newmans, Ltd has been at the forefront of high quality art restoration in New England, nationally and internationally. We began with our first specialty, metal objects, and rapidly expanded to Non-Western ethnographic objects of mixed materials and to marble and stone busts and other statuary. Our projects range from small, delicate bronze statuary and unusual metal objects to large institutional installations.  Below are many of our projects, by category. We hope you enjoy looking through our work, and will contact us with your own restoration challenges.

Marble busts and Statuary
Marble Busts and Statuary
Newport Mansions: Chinese Ostrich egg containers; repair of silver non-western art objects
Ethnic Art Objects
Before: A Balinese Kris Ceremonial Sword made of steel, brass, ivory, wood, and semi-precious stones
Material Combinations
A parcel gilt bronze figurine of a dancing girl
Bronze Sculptures and Statues
Rosenberger Medal for Brown University-a sand cast N from Gorham.
Bronze Plaques
Both candelabra rebuilt and ready to be used.
St. George's Peaslee Cross During Treatment. Made of silver, gold plate, brass, wood, oil paint, lead.
Touro Synagogue: Reinstallation of the central brass chandelier.
Historical photograph of the 19th century horse trough from the Newport Historical Society
Tea & Coffee Service; Art Deco Chrome & Celluloid, coffee and creamer.
Yale University; Jonathan Edwards College Samuel Yellin steel trident recreation
Iron and Steel
Servers after restoration.
Plated Objects
Silver Basket, Nineteenth Century
Silver Objects
Treatment complete: Balinese Kris with scabbard
Repair of Zinc, Pewter, Spelter and Lead Sculpture and Statues
Zinc, Pewter, Spelter and Lead Sculpture and Statues