Restoration of Ceiling Flowers at the Reform Club, Pall Mall

The ceiling flowers in the library at the Reform Club, Pall Mall, had been badly damaged over the years. The club, which was designed by the architect Sir Charles Barry in 1841, is one of the most richly ornamented, palatial rooms in the London club.  The flowers on the ceiling were restored by taking silicon moulds of undamaged areas and casting new sections. And then attached the reconstructed flowers to the ceiling, keeping as much of the original as possible.