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  • Conservation
    Conservation
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Preserving the museum’s collection for the benefit of future generations is one of Tipperary County Museum's main objectives. The Museum has a conservation lab and environmentally controlled store room and galleries. This enables us to preserve artefacts for future generations and to borrow objects of national and international importance from other Museums. The work of the Conservator involves not only conservation and preservation but also numbering and storing of artefacts as well as maintaining records of works carried out on objects

  • Tipperary County Museum in Clonmel received a grant from the Heritage Council under the Heritage Management Scheme to conserve one of the most re markable remaining examples of local traditional Irish shop fronts “Cooney's Bar” was located in the centre of Clonmel, Co. Tipperary in the… Read more

 
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