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Jade specialises in decorative surfaces and the conservation of historic interiors, with over a decade of industry experience managing projects for some of the country’s finest architects, designers, conservation practices, auction houses and specialist decoration companies.


Coming from a background in Art and Design, Jade trained in Conservation & Restoration at the University of Lincoln, achieving a First Class Honours in the Conservation and Restoration of Historic Artifacts. In recognition of her research, she was awarded a full scholarship by the Arts & Humanities Research Council to continue to Postgraduate study. After achieving her Masters in Conservation, she worked as a contract project co-ordinator in the United Arab Emirates between 2012 and 2017, overseeing the conservation of collections belonging to The Museum of Islamic Civilisation, Kalba Museum, Sharjah Heritage Museum, Bait Al Naboodah, Sharjah Maritime Museum and Sharjah Archaeology Museum.

From her base in London, Jade works as an independent professional and consultant. She undertakes hands-on practical works and leads multidisciplinary projects across private residences and complex commercial sites. Notable projects to date have included managing the conservation of works by artists such as Warhol and Picasso and treating the interiors of Kensington Palace, Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Academy.

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