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From / Sender

- Applicant full name
- Applicant Address
- Applicant contact no.
- Applicant email address
To / Receiver

- Employer title/Name
- Employer position
- Organization name
- Organization address
Date:

Dear Hiring Manager:

This is to express my interest in "restorer ceramic" position advertised on June 13, 2014; My resume is enclosed for your review. Given my closely experience and excellent capabilities I would appreciate your consideration for this job. My work experience and duties are an ideal match for this position and cover all job requirements.

Your Requirements:

Expert Restorer Ceramic with at least 2 years of experience, excellent covers all position duties.

My Matching Career Experience:

For 3 years I worked as Restorer Ceramic.

My Job Responsibilities were to:

1) Clean, preserves, restores, and repairs objects made of glass, porcelain, china, fired clay, and other ceramic materials

2) Coat excavated objects with surface-active agents to loosen adhering mud or clay washes objects with clear water

3) Place 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 & chemical structure of objects destructive qualities of solvents

4) Clean 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

5) 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, like magnesium silicate or acetone, basing choice of method material on age, condition, and chemical structure of objects, to remove stains from objects

6) Recommend preservation measures, like control of temperature, humidity, and exposure to light, to curatorial building maintenance staff to prevent damage to or deterioration of object

7) Impregnate surfaces with diluted synthetic lacquers to reduce porosity of material to increase durability of ancient earthenware

8) Restore 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 matt paints, gold leaf, or other coating to object, basing methods and materials used on knowledge of original craft condition of objects

9) Repair broken objects, employing such techniques as bonding edges together with adhesive, inserting dowel pins in sections cementing together, or affixing adhesive coated strips to inner portions of broken objects

10) Replace missing sections of objects by constructing wire frames of missing sections, shaping plasticene or other materials over frames, affixing modeled sections to objects with dowels or adhesive, and painting attached sections to reproduce original appearance

11) Construct replicas of archaeological artifacts or historically significant ceramic ware, basing construction design on size, curvature, and thickness of excavated shards or pieces of objects available and knowledge of techniques designs characteristic of period.

I appreciate your time taken to review my credentials and experience.

I look forward to being interviewed at your earliest convenience. Lot of thanks for your consideration and care.

Sincerely,
[ Sender/your name ]

Enc: Resume

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