Pass on your precious antiques to future generations by requesting the aid of our restoration and repair specialists at Invisible Repair. No matter what type of antique you need us to fix, we will be able to restore them back to their original beauty in no time at all. Contact us today to breathe new life into your precious treasures.
A Brief Overview of Our Business Invisible Repair is a family-owned-and-operated business that has been providing nationwide antique repair services since 1997. We combine the latest technologies with our two decades of experience to provide the best antique restoration services that money can buy. Our techniques are totally reversible, stable, and long-lasting. Whether you require simple conservation or complete item restoration, we are here to help in whatever way we can.
Owner Holly at work
One of Our Many Satisfied Customers Plaster of Paris Invisible Repair Years ago, we received a call from a distraught man begging us to fix a broken antique. The item in question was a plaster statue of Jesus that had been accidentally knocked to the floor, causing it to shatter upon impact. The man explained that the statue was an heirloom belonging to his mother, and it meant a lot to her. The damage was so extensive that he feared it was irreparable.
When he brought the remnants of the statue to our shop, we could see right away that he was not exaggerating. The plaster statue had been completely shattered into more than 200 pieces, all of which were exactly the same color. Imagine trying to build a 200-piece jigsaw puzzle of a blank white space and you will see what kind of dilemma we faced.
Our team worked tirelessly over many days to connect all the pieces to their appropriate spots. After a long and tiring process, we had finally restored the statue to its original glory. It was no secret why our client valued it so much—it was truly a magnificent item.
On pickup day, the man entered our studio and gazed upon the restored statue with tears welling up in his eyes. He was overjoyed that we had been able to rebuild his mother's statue despite being shattered into hundreds of pieces. As we watched him leave with the statue in his hands and a beaming smile from ear to ear, we felt an enormous sense of pride welling up within our hearts. It is projects like this one that make us truly value or line of work.