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Creating original stained glass art for home or business – specializing in automotive art

New Glass – Holy Trinity Cambridge

Posted on Apr 11, 2020 in Conservation, Current projects, Gallery, Maintenance, New stained glass

New Glass – Holy Trinity Cambridge

Another glass project this time at Holy Trinity church situated in the centre of Cambridge which is a Grade II* medieval church. This was another project working in conjunction with Coulson Building Group and Purcell Architects who are also based in the centre of Cambridge in an office in which I was based in a previous life. The brief to Purcell was to provide a warmer and more vibrant welcome and to give greater flexibility in both worship and hospitality. The key part of the project was this trio of leaded lights: which had looked like this prior to demolition of the Victorian...

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Queens Park London – Stained glass

Posted on Apr 5, 2020 in Current projects, Gallery, Maintenance, New stained glass, Portfolio of our stained glass, Uncategorized

Queens Park London – Stained glass

Queens Park in London has new stained glass – working in partnership with Queens Park Design and Build The bespoke front door was built in  hardwood by Stratton Period Joinery in Attleborough   Stairway leaded lights encased in double gazed units for security Bordered by a selection of English Muffle glass and then alternate fluted and reamy glass produces a striking effect Queen’s Park is an area in West London located 3.9 miles (6.3 km) north-west of Charing Cross. The northern half lies in the London Borough of Brent while the southern half lies in the City of...

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Number is up for Eltham stained glass

Posted on Jun 18, 2019 in Conservation, Current projects, Gallery, New stained glass

Number is up for Eltham stained glass

Eltham has all the right numbers with new stained glass – built to match the exisiting leaded lights in the door and use the same English muffle glass sourced from the team at Kansa Craft The build process is here from central panel and then the outer areas of the half moon:   The existing door is in the same style: Just around the corner is Eltham Palace  and Gardens and is a unique marriage between a medieval and Tudor palace and a 1930s millionaire’s mansion. From the 14th to the 16th century it was an important royal palace, where monarchs often stayed and hunted in...

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Double vandals – new glass required

Posted on Mar 22, 2019 in Conservation, Current projects, Maintenance, New stained glass, Uncategorized

Double vandals – new glass required

St Giles Church in Holme has had some unwelcome visitors in the form of vandals who forced entry to the church. As you will see from this the first visit was through the right hand window. Unbelievably just a few days later they destroyed the window next to it when they returned a second time. The damage was extensive but luckily did not affect the cinquefoil headers which were untouched and a pair of new rectangular leaded lights were required, The old glass was salvaged and replaced in the same position during the build The new glass in indistinguishable from the old and gives the...

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Etched glass Cambridge

Posted on Jan 11, 2019 in Conservation, Current projects, Maintenance, New stained glass, Restoration

Etched glass Cambridge

A project to restore an etched glass window in Cambridge in now complete This was part of a package of work for Coulson Building Group  and followed on directly from the Hughes Hall contract Kenmare House was the home of Cambridge University Estate Management until acquisition by Pembroke College who have acquired the associated site all the way down Mill Lane. The main staircase featured a large sash window with the upper half retaining a few pieces of original etched glass border which is highly intricate The lower sash was fitted with ugly Flemish obscured glass which really detracted...

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New Malden new Stained Glass

Posted on Jan 9, 2019 in Conservation, Current projects, Maintenance, New stained glass, Uncategorized

New Malden new Stained Glass

Working for the first time New Malden I have been creating new Stained Glass to exactly match that which featured in the house originally Here was where I started – the original door lost and the need to rebuild the sidelight and restore the top light Dukes Avenue has a good number of houses which have retained their glass and next door were king enough to allow a rubbing to be made of their door glass to get the scale and layout correct Glass types and colours were selected and approved to recreate as before where the coloured glass is suriunded by a Victorian ‘muffle’...

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