What We Do
We have produced windows, mirrors and partitions for some of the most famous public houses in Britain. The techniques most associated with public houses are brilliant cutting, acid etching, beveling, sand blasting and gold leafing.
Used in isolation or in combination these techniques can produce traditional or contemporary designs and wording.
We have worked on many listed public buildings in recent years, from town halls to libraries and galleries.
Restoration and design projects have been undertaken to both stained glass and leaded lights along with metal frames and bespoke wooden frames.
We offer a complete window conservation service, nationally.
Using a combination of traditional techniques we translate schools’ and colleges’ ideas onto glass to produce feature windows. These focus on religious rooms, commemorative windows based on pupils’ designs and graphics etched on to glass partitions to create a truly unique piece of glazing art.
We have thirty years experience in the restoration and conservation of ecclesiastical stained glass and leaded lights. Our artist is an associate member of the British Society of Master Glass Painters and produces hand painted kiln fired artwork of the highest order to match any style or period.
We fit both UV coated polycarbonate and powder coated grilles to protect glazing from vandalism and the elements.
We specialise in the restoration of Victorian, Edwardian and Arts and Crafts leaded lights. Working in collaboration with our customers we produce both contemporary or traditional designs and installations.
Leaded lights are fitted as both single glazed panes or encapsulated triple glazed units.
We also specialise in the manufacture and installation of bespoke wooden frames and doors.
TV & Media
We have created sets for some of the biggest institutions in British Television, including the façade and booth partitions in the Rovers Return and the rear screening for a University Challenge set.
Our traditional techniques have also been utilised to produce historic windows for several period dramas.
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