P&O 180: Conservator's Choice - Craftmanship of Miniature14/06/2017 11:26:25
As a conservator ship models are fascinating objects to work with due to their three-dimensionality and mixture of materials used to make them, hence why I like to showcase the P&O Heritage ship model collection and highlight some of our finest.
P&O 180: Curator's Choice - Detail in Design24/05/2017 12:19:40
In the second of our monthly online articles commemorating our 180th Anniversary, we will be taking a closer look at the design details of some of P&O's best loved baggage labels with Beth Ellis, Curator of Digital Collections and Web Editor.
News from the Conservation Studio - Conservation of 100 Letters09/05/2017 15:05:14
Our conservator, Anna-Klara Hahn, would once again like to share with you, the fascinating work that goes on behind the scenes at P&O Heritage.
P&O 180: Curator's Choice - A Cross for Canberra12/04/2017 21:20:16
In the first of a series of online articles, commemorating our 180th Anniversary, we will be taking a closer look at objects specially selected by members of our P&O Heritage team from our extensive collections. To start us off, Senior Curator, Susie Cox finds hidden significance in the seemingly simple.
P&O Prints on Instagram17/03/2017 12:21:31
P&O Prints - P&O Heritage is now on Instagram @poheritage
News from the conservation studio - Sparkling Silver09/12/2016 12:20:25
SPARKLING SILVER - CHRISTMAS IS THE TIME TO WINE, DINE AND SHINE… At P&O Heritage we are lucky enough to have a wonderful Collection of English, Indian and even Egyptian Silver. Our earliest silver dates from the early Victorian period and includes a magnificent dinner service presented to one of P&O’s founders, Arthur Anderson in 1855 and still in the Company’s care today. The job of keeping our silver sparkling falls to our conservator, Anna-Klara Hahn, who we have asked to share some of her trade secrets…
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