I've been interested in using photogrammetry/3D scanning and 3D print, for sculptural restoration and am currently working with a great company, and am super excited to work on this project.
Long story short, I've been commissioned to capture a fleur-de-lis that needs copying, for a large bronze light sconce assembly. I'll print a copy(s) in wax (though I'm researching alternatives), which will be used to cast replacements in bronze.
I've captured the shots and am cleaning the photo-data now. A quick and dirty (no Lightroom work, or masking) test export has yielded a noisy but solid mesh.