Michael Czajkowski ACR
Trained initially at Rycotewood College, Oxford I undertook a traditional apprenticeship organised by the Rural Industries Bureau, a government body. I then worked in London at Mallets at Borden House as a conservator. I then studded elements of Clock restoration and metal work conservation. I joined the family firm of Edmund Czajkowski & Son Ltd, in 1970 where I am now the sole partner. In the firm we conserve Furniture Clocks and Barometers. I have experience with working on a verity of English and European furniture and also far Eastern and Middle Eastern furniture. Conservation work on clocks and barometers is mainly on British and European items.
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Rycotewood College Oxford Course on Design and Furniture making City of Guilds examination
Five year apprenticeship under the auspices of CoSIRA and Rural Industries Bureau. in Furniture makings and restoration.
Training at Malletts of Bourdon House London. Improver furniture restoration and conservation. Introduction to clock restoration.