About Us

Lynne Edge B.A. (hons).,B.A.D.A.dip., A.C.R.

Lynne Edge Lynne Edge is a highly-qualified and respected conservator-restorer with over 19 years of experience working with diverse ceramic and glass collections in the public and private sectors.

After gaining a diploma in Art and Design in Liverpool, Lynne undertook her B.A. (hons) in Ceramics at West Surrey College of Art and Design, Farnham. She went on to train at the world-renowned West Dean College, Chichester, gaining her conservation-restoration qualification with distinction from the British Antique Dealers Association.

In 1992 Lynne returned to Liverpool to set up and head the Ceramics and Glass Conservation Section of the National Museums Liverpool. Lynne is a former Chair of the Ceramic and Glass Conservation Group, and Council Member of the United Kingdom Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (UKIC).

In 2002 Lynne gained her Accredited Conservator –Restorer status and is presently a PACR Accreditation Assessor for the Institute of Conservation (ICON).


In March 2008 Lynne established Edge Conservation-Restoration Services; a private conservation-restoration studio dedicated to the care of ceramics, glass and related materials.