Fallon & Wilkinson, LLC brings a combined 53 years of training and experience to the care, conservation, and restoration of furniture, decorative arts, and interior woodwork, blending old world craftsmanship with modern conservation practices. The firm also provides museum quality reproduction furniture for institutions and private clients. Since its founding in 2000, Fallon & Wilkinson, LLC has built a worldwide reputation for its knowledge of antique furniture and the delicate art and science of conserving it.
Tad D. Fallon and Randy S. Wilkinson both trained at the Smithsonian Institution’s prestigious Furniture Conservation Training Program. Tad completed a conservation fellowship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and holds a Master’s Degree in Conservation from Antioch University in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Randy completed fellowships at the Preservation Society of Newport County in Rhode Island and the Mystic Seaport Museum in Connecticut and holds a Master’s Degree in Conservation from Antioch University in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
We welcome your inquires and would be happy to discuss any projects you may have in mind.
Originally, I was not at all sure who to engage for the cabinet’s restoration, but knew you were the right folks for the job the first minute we discussed the task…The results are simply superb.
Whether making a quick repair on a museum piece, or charming a room full of visitors with their knowledge about best practices in the care of fine furniture, Tad and Randy are the go-to aficionados for anything and everything wood and wonderful.
Simply, we will be looking for another opportunity to engage the work of Fallon and Wilkinson, LLC again and I will take every opportunity to recommend you to others when work of this quality is demanded.
Love, Love, Love our new bench; very handsome woodwork, lovely fabric, and fits just perfectly in
Your service and attention to detail could not have been more complete, more professional and courteous than it was – start to finish.