JSM Model Making Museum Models
At JSM we understand a museum grade model will spend many years being closely scrutinised by thousands of visitors and this is one of our specialist areas of expertise. Our team are able to compile pieces of information from images and written descriptions to produce historically accurate replicas for museums the world over. In the past we have been tasked with accurately reproducing scripture and other important details to ensure authenticity when producing models using both the latest technology and traditional model making techniques with our expert craftsmanship. We work with museum designers and interior fit out companies to provide a complete solution including other elements such as interactive displays and robust engaging models of any size.
Model Making Astrolabe Mosque Lamp Vases Toxodon Skull Sundial Water Clock Tropical Ravine
Metal filled resin model of an 11th century Astrolabe.
Recreation of an 11th century Mosque Lamp as a hand painted resin cast from images.
Turned and resin cast museum grade resin models of 11th century vase.
Created from rigid foam and plaster with a very high level of detail and a paint finish to produce an accurate museum-grade replica of this extinct mammal’s skull. This was one of a series of models we created, including a full-size complete skeleton of a Toxodon.
We used traditional model making techniques to create this intricate model of an islamic sundial.
resin and hand sculpted recreation of a historic water clock.
Various interactive elements for the reopening of the Belfast Tropical Ravine