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It’s been a very busy few months with lots of projects on the go. Here are a few pictures of the Our Lady of the Rosary windows which we recently completed. Two of the panels were very badly bowed with several broken pieces, five of which required re-painting. We carefully matched all broken pieces of glass and re-leaded some areas so that the panels flattened nicely. All the panels were carefully cleaned and polished back to their former glory.
It’s been an extremely busy summer with various projects on the go. Our main project has been the repair and restoration of 18 sash windows for Brixton Congregational Church which dates from 1828. The windows were in a very bad state of repair – it has been a lengthy process but the end is now in sight!…pictures to follow. Whilst there have been ‘lulls’ in the work we have been able to finish a couple of our domestic commissions. Please see photos of an Art Nouveau style frontage for a house in St Margaret’s.
Hi all. After a long build up we are finally pleased to announce the successful installation of our panel at The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London. The panel depicts the coat of arms of the Nottingham campus and forms part of a large display of the various colleges and their respective crests. We are really pleased that it fits in nicely with all the existing panels.
Hello again. Here are some photos already featured on our Facebook page which I thought might be interesting. They show a house in Wimbledon with a before and after photo. It is amazing how stained glass can transform a front door! We kept the glass fairly pale with a few splashes of bright colour whilst keeping a Victorian feel.
HI. We’ve been really busy with the build up to Christmas, always our busiest time! But it’s good to get back to a bit of normality. Just thought I’d share some photos I took recently of a job we did about a year ago. The couple were really pleased with the final result and it was nice to add some different birds to our repertoire!
Hello all. Here are a couple more photos of the Leaping Salmon window that we installed at a house in London. We used a combination of streaky and other quite heavily textured glasses. This was in order to disguise an unsightly view next door. The client is a keen horsewoman and angler, the outer colours of the border represent her racing colours. We are pleased with the finished piece especially the natural but still vibrant colours.
We’ve just completed this Leaping Salmon window for a house in London. More pictures and details to follow!