Internally or externally, classical, or contemporary, gold leaf gilding sets the tone for a property. Gilding is a traditional process that involves applying a thin layer of gold or silver to wood, metal plaster or glass.

We have applied our gilding skills in a variety of ways. In Cambridge you can see examples of our gilding skills in the 15/16th century dining hall of Trinity Hall, and on the main clock tower and weathervane at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. In other places, both domestic and commercial, we have gilded mirrors, picture frames and furniture.