The average pay for a Restorer Ceramic is €26,507 a year and €13 an hour in Finland.
The average salary range for a Restorer Ceramic is between €20,242 and €31,547.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Finland.
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Cleans, preserves, restores, and repairs objects made of glass, porcelain, china, fired clay, and other ceramic materials: coats excavated objects with surface-active agents to loosen adhering mud or clay and washes objects with clear water.
Places cleaned objects in dilute hydrochloric acid or other solution to remove remaining deposits of lime or chalk, basing choice of solution on knowledge of physical and chemical structure of objects and destructive qualities of solvents.
Cleans glass, porcelain, or similar objects by such methods as soaking objects in lukewarm water with ammonia added, wiping gilded or enameled objects with solvent-saturated swab, or rubbing objects with paste cleanser.
Rubs objects with jewelers' rouge or other mild cleanser, soaks objects in distilled water with bleach or solvent added, or applies paste or liquid solvent, such as magnesium silicate or acetone, basing choice of method and material on age, condition, and chemical structure of objects, to remove stains from objects.
Recommends preservation measures, such as control of temperature, humidity, and exposure to light, to curatorial and building maintenance staff to prevent damage to or deterioration of object.
Impregnates surfaces with diluted synthetic lacquers to reduce porosity of material to increase durability of ancient earthenware.
Restores or simulates original appearance of objects by such methods as polishing surfaces to restore translucency, removing crackled glaze and applying soluble synthetic coating, grinding or cutting out chipped edges and repolishing surfaces, or applying.