Tiago Oliveira is a qualified conservator-restorer with more than ten years of experience working with a wide range of materials and objects in private and public collections.


He holds an MA in Conservation Studies from the internationally-renowned West Dean College (West Sussex), where he received the BADA Geoffrey Moss Prize at the end of his studies. 


Having worked with respected conservator-restorers, both in private practices and museums in the UK and abroad, Tiago has a good understanding of the object's needs and client's wishes. 

Tiago Oliveira Conservation studio (Deptford, London) works with ceramics (porcelain, faience, Parian ware, terracotta) glass and enamel objects, producing nearly invisible and/or museum repairs, as well as treatment and condition reports when required. 


Work is carried out following good health and safety and ethical practices outlined by ECCO professional guidelines and the Code of Conduct of UK's Institute of Conservation.

We often collaborate with colleagues from other disciplines. Check them out here.

Tiago teaches in the UK and in Portugal, teaching the conservation and restoration of ceramics and glass. Read about Tiago's publications and research projects here. He is a member of The Institute of Conservation (Icon).