William H | Professional Goldsmith, Metals Conservator, Gemmologist & Jewellery Historian
M.A. - F.N.A.J - P.J. Dip - P.J.Gem.Dip.
Areas of expertise
Metallurgy Precious & Non-Precious Metals
Historical Metal Object Conservation
History & Dating of Jewellery
William (Bill) is a professional conservator and trained Goldsmith. His conservation practice has encompassed an array of work on very wide and varied projects, ranging from Roman and Anglo-Saxon stone-set jewellery in both precious and copper alloy metals, to Napoleonic field carriage guns and a D-20 howitzer from the first gulf war.
He regularly provides consultation services to various organisations in relation to researching historic objects and their metallurgy, providing reports for the purposes of preventative and remedial conservation. Bill is a member of the Institute of Conservation, and the International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.
Following on from his Masters Degree in Conservation studies Bill is currently working on his PHD on Conservation Materials Sciences.
Bill lectures on jewellery history, the preservation of jewellery and the historic artefacts, especially with emphasis on precious metals.
Thanks very much to Bill for the great (online) tutorial.
Bill was fantastic and very interesting and overall I’d rate this course as 5 star (Excellent)
How to Date Vintage Jewellery
Central London & Online
Learn from William| One-to-one Tuition
To check William's availability for a course or consultancy please email Dawn Meaden-Johnson or make an enquiry.