Teresa Beth Hough
Fulfilling the wishes of Prince de Ligne, a discreet team of talented volunteers, led by TBH, helped to restore lost glory to a 14-seat set of French salon furniture. Such architectural landmarks require mammoth financial and labor support to keep in perfect order. Preservation groups offer much needed assistance guided by the urgency and importance of the proprietor. Other projects included polishing and waxing a very special collection of antique leather-bound books in the castle library.
Shown in the photos, right: TBH working on one of the many preservation projects where lost glory was revived in the form of new upholstery for furniture; including an unusually large four-seater sofa. The furniture was in threadbare state before the period silk brocade was be restored to perfect order.
Concord, North Carolina Fundraising Project:
See more of the
furniture in the rotating photographic heading of the Chateau Beloeil
Or visit the chateau during one of its annual events such as the Amaryllis exhibition in Spring or the Night of Beloeil, music festival with fireworks
Photos left to right: TBH working on upholstery project fourteen seat set of salon furniture for the main receiving room of Chateau Beloeil in Belgium.
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