Restoration Division

Traditional Stained Glass

This technique comprises of individual pieces if cut glass held together with lead, joints soldered which you will see as windows mainly in older properties and churches. We have restored many buildings to their former glory.

View some of our restoration commissions:

Bishop's Wood House and School House

Hook Norton Manor

Stourbridge Old Libary

St Peter's Church

Thornbridge Hall

Diocese Restoration Projects

Particularly at Thornbridge Hall, we were very lucky and privileged to repair and restore hand painted glass designed by Edward Burne-Jones and made by William Morris Co. Private commissions which we have undertaken are mainly repairs to existing panels which have deteriorated over time or that the glass is smashed and needs matching sensitively.

Due to current technology, lots of existing traditional windows are being replaced with double-glazing but we offer a triple – glazing service for traditionals which means that you can have the best of both worlds! Specialised techniques such as copper foiling are using adhesive backed foil to hold individual; pieces of glass together, once they are soldered. This technique is used in tiffany lamps and is particularly useful for very small pieces of glass. We have combined hand painted glass using enamels, silver stain and sandblasting very effectively in this technique.

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design service
our studio
manufactoring process
lime mortaring
artisic sign writing
replacing broken hand painted sections
internal door panels
replica commemorative panel
William Morris panels