Revere Auctions has years of experience assessing the condition of paintings, prints, sculpture, and antiques. We have developed relationships with the finest conservators in the world to ensure your objects are properly conserved, and we carefully oversee the entire process from the time you drop it off until it returns to your hands. Whether you would like to sell your object or keep it, let us help you determine whether conservation is the right next step for you.

Landscape Oil Painting by Charles Partridge Adams prior to restoration

Estimate was $3,000-6,000 and sold for $9,500 after restoration in 2023

Restoring Your Works With Revere

Our Process

Our fine art conservation process begins with a complimentary condition assessment consultation. We will discuss the process with you and help you understand the pros and cons of getting your object conserved. If you decide to go through with the conservation, the object will be professionally tested and analyzed by our conservationist and you will receive a proposal outlining the treatment options and cost.


When the conservation of your object is completed, we will notify you. We take the integrity of each artwork seriously and always look for ways to restore artworks in the most non-invasive manner to ensure they will retain their maximum value.

Contact Our Specialists

Sean Blanchet

Owner & Estate Specialist

Robert Snell

Owner & Estate Specialist

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get a quote for restoration?

We can determine a baseline for restoration by looking at images of the artwork online. Starting the quote process is as simple as sharing photos with us. You can use our online form or you can send images to our email address for review. Please be sure to send detailed images or descriptions of your repair needs.



How long do restorations take?

Turnaround time to complete restorations depends on the scope of the repair and our backlog. They typically take 6-12 weeks, depending on the project.

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