Lladro Ceramics Repair
Lladro is a Spanish company established in 1953 by three brothers - José, Juan and Vicente Lladró in the village of Almácera (near Valencia). Manufacturing initially concentrated on utilitarian items such as vases and jugs but by 1956 production turned to the manufacture of hand crafted and painted porcelain figures and figurines.
In 1958 Lladro moved to larger premises in Tavernes Blanques. We have undertaken countless successful repairs of Lladro figures and figurines.
We undertake many repairs on popular Lladro figurines. This one is a typical restoration undertaken by our team of museum quality restorers.
Clown Figure Repair
Not only had this clown lost his head but he also had a finger missing. Our restorers are often tasked with replacing missing digits on Lladro figures and this is no exception.