An exhibition which celebrates 80 years of conservation work by the Georgian Group. The exhibition aims to transport the visitor into a world of craftsmanship, beauty and design. Gathering together an eclectic selection of traditional `Georgian' crafts practised in the 21st century, objects range from silk wallpaper and chandeliers to carved stone sculpture and ceiling designs. The works on display demonstrate that the Georgian tradition is a living tradition, and is one that should be supported and preserved. Founded in 1937, the Georgian Group is a conservation organisation created to campaign for the preservation of historic buildings and planned landscapes of the 18th and early 19th centuries.