This weekend, Trefler’s would like to wish everyone a safe and happy 4th of July!
Each year, the celebration of 4th of July commemorates several things; the joys of long summer days, the commotion of family barbecues, and the sheer satisfaction of watching the grand finale of a fireworks show.
It of course also commemorates America’s independence and serves as an important reminder to reflect on the history of our nation. Having served the New England community for nearly a hundred years, the artists at Trefler’s have lent their skills to the restoration and conservation of countless objects significant to our understanding of America’s past.
Above: Before and After: Chair restored for Gibson House Museum
From family heirlooms dating to the Colonial era, to historical artifacts belonging to the collections of some of Boston’s incredible local institutions, it is this very proximity to so much history that makes being a restoration business in New England both rewarding and extremely fascinating.Above: Restoration of historic seats from Boston Gardens
We are so fortunate to have these reminders of our nation’s history through the lens of fine and decorative arts, each and every day of the year, and we thank you, our customers for giving us that opportunity.
Above: Portrait restored for the Gibson House Museum