Portfolio of our stained glass

A portfolio showcasing our creative new stained glass creations

Bespoke stained glass for Reigate

Posted on Jan 8, 2019 in Current projects, Maintenance, New stained glass, Portfolio of our stained glass

Bespoke stained glass for Reigate

Recently we have created new bespoke stained glass for a house in Reigate incorporating features for the family and in particular the children. Design and colour choice was all driven by the customer who was involved throughout the process The top light has a rose and a Arthurian shield to encompass the children’s names The strong yellow front door is an important element in any Feng Shui and is particularly auspicious for south facing This is our first work in Reigate  and it really shows how the three different light levels work with glass. The morning sun projects the glass into...

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Radley panel on display in P & A Wood’s showroom

Posted on Mar 20, 2013 in Current projects, Portfolio of our stained glass

Radley panel on display in P & A Wood’s showroom

The Radley panel is now on display in the stunning location of P & A Wood’s showroom. The panel sits amongst some fabulous examples of the Rolls Royce and Bentley marques in the upstairs gallery at the Great Easton location (see main image). P & A Wood are heavily involved in this year’s Alpine event and will be providing the mechanical support to all the competitors whilst Paul Wood himself will be fielding the oldest car on the event - the 1908 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost called ‘The Silver Dawn’ Paul & Andrew Wood’s company was founded in 1967. The brothers...

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St Swithun’s Church, Great Chishill stained glass restoration

Posted on Sep 13, 2012 in Current projects, Gallery, Portfolio of our stained glass, Restoration

St Swithun’s Church, Great Chishill stained glass restoration

Water dripping onto the front pew at St Swithun’s Church in Great Chishill made it was clear there was a problem with the high level windows . Clambering up onto the roof allowed an inspection which soon revealed a series of cracked and holed panes directly above the wet pew probably as a result of a bird strike. Once back on the ground I was able to point out to the Churchwardens the missing glass which of course lined up with the damp area.  Another company had inspected the same windows and declared all eight on the northern aspect were in need of full replacement at a cost of...

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