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Is my bust salvageable?

Posted by mirilla (mwabmfd@hotmail.com) on
Mon, Oct 10, 11 at 2:14

I have, or had, a bust quite like this:

http://www.baghambarnantiques.com/catalogue/product/ceramics-and-glassware/pottery/white-ceramic-bust

Unfortunately it did not survive a move, breaking raggedly at the neck. Have I any remote chance of repairing it myself and if so, HOW?


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RE: Is my bust salvageable?

Is your bust ceramic or porcelain? You could try superglue...
Whether you attempt yourself or find a pro depends on what value you give it. I have fixed a Wedgewood dish and even I can't see the seam.
Ceramic is more porous and the repair will be more difficult and more visable.
Linda C


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