Who are we ?
Anaïs Braja is graduated of the Institut National du Patrimoine, she practises as and independent conservator since 2015. During her training she did internships in the workshops of prestigious institutions : Cité de la céramique in Sèvres, Rijksmuseum of Amsterdam, Centre Archéologique Municipal Gabriel Chapotat in Vienne. Anaïs get specialised during her master year in conservation of archeological glass and realised a partnership with the Laboratoire de Recherche des Monuments Historiques in Paris for the study of three gallo-roman window panes, rare items exposed in the museum of Nevers. During this project she took part at several national symposia (Days of the Restorers in Archeology 2016, Meetings of the AFAV 2016) and international (British Museum 2017).
She works today for public and private instituitions and for collectors over all historical periods without distinction.
Our workshop is located in Franconville, in the parisian suburb (Val d'Oise 95). It's a secure room of 45m2, with four workstations, a laboratory bench, a photographic location, a computer station and a spare space.
It has specialized equipment: thermo-hygrometry climate control, double glazing, binocular magnifier, steam generator, extractor hood, solvent cabinet, daylight lamps, computer equipment ...
Most of these technical means are transportable and can be moved to the client place in case of special request.
A guarantee of quality:
The French label "Museum of France" and "French Historical Monuments"
The profession is recognized by a state-registered diploma of Master 2 level, awarded by the Institut National du Patrimoine, the University of Paris 1 Sorbonne and the schools of Fine Arts of the cities of Tours and Avignon. Only this diploma gives an authorization for the treatment of french cultural heritage and guarantees a quality of treatment approved by the French Federation of Conservation-Restoration.
The Braja's workshop has a degree from the Institut National du Patrimoine and is a member of the French Federation of Conservation-Restoration (FFCR), as well as the International Council of Museums (ICOM), and the French Association of Archaeological Glass (AFAV).
© 2019 Anaïs Braja