Pieta Greaves ACR
I am an accredited member of the Institute of Conservation (Icon), vice-chair of the Icon PACR accreditation committee and conservator at Drakon Heritage and Conservation.
As a objects conservator I cover a wide-range of materials and object types. I provide conservation treatments, assessments of individual objects and collections, exhibition checking, collection health-checks, collections decant and storage move support, assessments for loan and storage, collections care and advice. I have considerable experience working on-site, with collections within historic buildings, churches, museums, outdoor monuments and public art. Working in the UK and abroad.
Drakon Heritage and Conservation is a partnership which provides a range of conservation and project management services to museums, heritage organisations, private individuals and development-funded projects across the UK. A full range of services can be seen on our website.
A selection of projects have been added to the conservation register, do get in touch with any queries you may have.
Pieta Greaves is a critical member of Maya Research Program's northwest Belize team. She has operated as our laboratory director, excavation supervisor and lead conservator on projects funded by the Archaeological Institute of America and the National Geographic Society. Her work on the first Tulix Mul mural led to an AIA award and funding to excavate the remaining two murals.
Dr. Thomas GuderjanPresident, Maya Research Program. Chair and Professor of Anthropology, The University of Texas at Tyler.
Pieta Greaves provided an excellent conservation service to a prized item in our collection, namely our 115 year old Antarctic sledge from Scott’s expedition! Her conservation work was first class and we particularly valued her excellent, practical advice and guidance on all aspects of object conservation from safe storage and protection to item removal and display.
Nikki ThorpeSchool Archivist, Bromsgrove School
Pieta has provided a great deal of invaluable advice and training to the Portable Antiquities Scheme staff, including devising the excellent guidance for finders of archaeological artefacts. All have been consistently excellent and I can't recommend her services highly enough.
Claire CostinPortable Antiquities Scheme Resources Manager, The British Museum
Drakon Heritage recently dealt with the conservation assessment of 2473 small finds from my excavations of Perth’s Carmelite friary. The X-Ray plates that they provided of the metalwork are the clearest that I have ever seen and were gratefully welcomed by my finds specialist. As a field archaeologist of 45 years experience I highly recommend taking advantage of their conservation services.