A professional conservation practice dedicated to the preservation
of furniture,wooden artifacts and architectural woodwork
CORNICE OF SECRETARY-BOOKCASE BY HENRY INGLE, RICHMOND, VA, CIRCA 1795.
CONSERVATION BY F.C. VOGT COMPANY, 2011. PRIVATE COLLECTION
ESTABLISHED IN 1975, the F.C. Vogt Company is primarily in the business of preserving furniture, objects and interior architectural woodwork. Additionally, we offer comprehensive project management expertise.
CLIENTELE is equally divided among private collectors, museums, private and public institutions, architects and reputable antique dealers across the country. Architectural woodwork conservation projects include private residences as well as public facilities.
A COMBINATION of fully developed artistic and technical skills, resourcefulness, scholarly research and sensitive respect for historic preservation is brought to every project. A full range of conservation services is offered by a well trained and professional staff.
ETHICAL business and preservation standards and a love for the meticulous conservation of historic artifacts guide every aspect of our company.
WE GENUINELY CARE about the appropriate preservation of your object, collection or historic building. Please contact me personally with your conservation concerns and questions.
1831 WEST BROAD STREET RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 2322
PHONE: 804-358-1651 FAX: 804-358-1653
AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR CONSERVATION ~ AMERICAN ALLIANCE OF MUSEUMS
SOUTHEAST MUSEUMS CONFERENCE
VIRGINIA ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS ~ VIRGINIA CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION
Members since 1987, The F.C. Vogt Company abides by the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice as outlined by The American Institute for Conservation concerning acceptable criteria and professional conduct in conservation practice.
This includes proper examination, documentation, suitability of treatment, retreat-ability and reverse- ability, methods and materials, confidentiality, communication, consultation and timeliness. These standards also include essential insurances, security, workplace safety policies and appropriate storage and environmental conditions in the studio and on site, etc.
Conservation Presentation at the October Meeting of The Washington Conservation Guild
Thursday, October 3, 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM at The National Academy of Sciences, 21st and Constitution, Washington, DC.
Maria Bonnet, senior technician for the F.C. Vogt Company's on site work at the NAS, will be giving a presentation on the woodwork finish conservation component of the building renovation. She will be joined by Michael Kramer of the Gilder's Studio, David Olin of Olin Conservation and Jacquelyn Gulick of Conservation Solutions, who will discuss their related contributions to the project.