I think that the company was purchased by Lyon and Healy. There are some cosmetic issues that could be addressed and which my wife would like to have done. Our choice is either to ship it to Lyon and Healy in Chicago for restoration and then ship it again out to the central coast of California, or to find a reliable and competent instrument repair facility out here. (I am not even sure if it can be tuned without cracking the sound board, frankly)
Interesting example by a less-well-known maker! I like the art nouveau influences in the decoration. If you just want the gilding repaired, and not have the harp made playable, you can try inquiring of picture frame restorers.