Some objects share with book and paper their supports and features, and hence we can also restore them.
For instance fabric, wood, metal and board are very common supports of book covers. We know well cloth architectural plans and lined maps. We are also familiar with gesso finishings (cartapesta, papier maché, globes), ivory (in fans or book cover’s decoration), plastic, glass (from glass plate negatives) and some other.
- Cleaning of a Peerless luggage, a suitcase owned by Salvador Dalí.
- Conservation of fan made with gilded paper. History Museum of Barcelona.
- Conservation of a guitar box with labels of concerts attached to it. Private collection.
- Conservation of Manila shawl made of crepé paper (230 x 230 cm).
- Conservation of early 19th century toys and papier maché objects (theaters, puzzles, Ombres chinoises, cine Nic, Praxinoscope and others). Museum of Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona), Museum of Llavaneres (Barcelona), Manel Mayoral Art Gallery, Museum of Rubí (Barcelona), Filmoteca de Catalunya, private collectors.
- Globes conservation, planetaries, armillary spheres and similar. Museum – Archive of Vilassar de Dalt (Barcelona).
- Preparatory drawings for mosaiques made on Kraft paper, with remnants of the tessellation binding media. Museum Can Tinturé at Esplugues de Llobregat (Barcelona).