Bisque Repair and Restoration

Bisque is a greenware piece of pottery that has been baked at high temperatures. This type of porcelain is porous and unglazed and can be finished with glazes, underglazes and non-fired paints. Finished bisque has a slightly sandy texture that has a dull finish.

Bisque rose to prominence during the late Victorian era when it was used to make the heads and arms of dolls, busts and medallion-like portraits.. Many factories that produced bisque porcelain wares included Heubach, Mennency-Villeroy, Sévres and Vincennes.

It wasn’t until the eighteenth century when Josiah Wedgwood added colors that bisque figurines became so immensely popular. Both bisque figurines and dolls — glazed and unglazed — have remained highly collectible ever since. Since then, fashion, style and processing techniques have changed and improved. Other popular bisque collectables include Piano Babies, Snow Babies and toothpicks.

Specializing in the restoration and conservation of antique and contemporary Bisque porcelain wares, you can trust Dean Schulefand & Associates with repairing and restoring your finest collectibles. For over 30 years, Dean Schulefand is one of few specialists in the US who is experienced in bisque repair and restoration. He is personally involved in the repair and restoration of every facet to ensure the best in quality with excellent results.

Our Bisque repairs and restoration services are 100% unconditionally lifetime guaranteed.

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