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REPAIR AND CONSERVATION OF STAINED GLASS WINDOWS AND DOORS

Custom made stained glass window hanging (approx 1ft high) made from recycled and hand
painted glasses and a small amount of contemporary muffle glass

Custom made stained glass window hanging


This front door leaded light panel had come to the end of its life and required a complete rebuild using as much of the
original glass as could be salvaged in combination with contemporary replica glasses

This front door leaded light panel had come to the end of its life and required a complete rebuild


This front door leaded light panel had come to the end of its life and required a complete rebuild using as much of the
original glass as could be salvaged in combination with contemporary replica glasses

This front door leaded light panel had come to the end of its life and required a complete rebuild


 

Both of these stained glass panels were extremely damaged by vandals, leaving less than half of the original glass intact. They required a complete rebuild, using as much of the original glass as it was possible to salvage in combination with contemporary replica glasses.

 


This pictorial stained glass leaded window belonging to Saint Luke's church in Walsall, West Midlands had received the attention of vandalsSaint Luke's Church

 

This pictorial stained glass leaded window belonging to Saint Luke's church in Walsall, West Midlands had received the attention of vandals.

Fortunately the figure of Christ remained unscathed. However, three large sections of the border were badly damaged -  these were removed and reinstalled after being totally rebuilt with original matching glass.


Clients bought the smaller window on 'Ebay' for the front door of their Victorian villa house. However, the dimensions of it were narrower in width and considerably short in height. The differences in size were made up by adding clear and ruby borders and by echoing the pastel diamond pattern of the above transom light in contemporary muffle glassesClients bought the smaller window on 'Ebay' for the front door of their Victorian villa house. However, the dimensions of it were narrower in width and considerably short in height. The differences in size were made up by adding clear and ruby borders and by echoing the pastel diamond pattern of the above transom light in contemporary muffle glasses

Clients bought the smaller window on 'Ebay' for the front door of their Victorian villa house. However, the dimensions of it were narrower in width and considerably short in height. The differences in size were made up by adding clear and ruby borders and by echoing the pastel diamond pattern of the above transom light in contemporary muffle glasses

 

 


This front door panel has undergone a complete rebuild. The floral centre piece was severely damaged after a collision with a UFO, several of the original pieces where completely missing but fortunately due to there small size were replaceable with original Victorian glasses. The rest of the window was in a very poor state and over its lifetime had undergone no less than 25 running repairs, leaving it in a very weak and vulnerable condition. The pink arch had cracked pieces that unfortunately had no match with contemporary glasses, so lead straps were soldered over the cracks on the left and right to maintain symmetry.This front door panel has undergone a complete rebuild. The floral centre piece was severely damaged after a collision with a UFO, several of the original pieces where completely missing but fortunately due to there small size were replaceable with original Victorian glasses. The rest of the window was in a very poor state and over its lifetime had undergone no less than 25 running repairs, leaving it in a very weak and vulnerable condition. The pink arch had cracked pieces that unfortunately had no match with contemporary glasses, so lead straps were soldered over the cracks on the left and right to maintain symmetry.

This front door panel has undergone a complete rebuild. The floral centre piece was severely damaged after a collision with a UFO, several of the original pieces where completely missing but fortunately due to there small size were replaceable with original Victorian glasses. The rest of the window was in a very poor state and over its lifetime had undergone no less than 25 running repairs, leaving it in a very weak and vulnerable condition. The pink arch had cracked pieces that unfortunately had no match with contemporary glasses, so lead straps were soldered over the cracks on the left and right to maintain symmetry.

This front door panel has undergone a complete rebuild. The floral centre piece was severely damaged after a collision with a UFO, several of the original pieces where completely missing but fortunately due to there small size were replaceable with original Victorian glasses. The rest of the window was in a very poor state and over its lifetime had undergone no less than 25 running repairs, leaving it in a very weak and vulnerable condition. The pink arch had cracked pieces that unfortunately had no match with contemporary glasses, so lead straps were soldered over the cracks on the left and right to maintain symmetry.This front door panel has undergone a complete rebuild. The floral centre piece was severely damaged after a collision with a UFO, several of the original pieces where completely missing but fortunately due to there small size were replaceable with original Victorian glasses. The rest of the window was in a very poor state and over its lifetime had undergone no less than 25 running repairs, leaving it in a very weak and vulnerable condition. The pink arch had cracked pieces that unfortunately had no match with contemporary glasses, so lead straps were soldered over the cracks on the left and right to maintain symmetry

 


Damaged front door. This stained glass leaded door was very badly damaged and required a complete rebuild using as much of the original glass as possible combined with replica glasses. 

Damaged front door. This stained glass leaded door was very badly damaged and required a complete rebuild using as much of the original glass as possible combined with replica glasses. 

Pete had already done extensive renovation work to this stained glass leaded transom window. However and unfortunately during the client's installation, it fell on his head causing several cracks and smashing the top right hand corner, i.e. damage to thewindow and not to the client's head which was fortunately unscathed. Pete had already done extensive renovation work to this stained glass leaded transom window. However and unfortunately during the client's installation, it fell on his head causing several cracks and smashing the top right hand corner, i.e. damage to thewindow and not to the client's head which was fortunately unscathed. 

Pete had already done extensive renovation work to this stained glass leaded transom window. However and unfortunately during the client's installation, it fell on his head causing several cracks and smashing the top right hand corner, i.e. damage to thewindow and not to the client's head which was fortunately unscathed. 

 

 
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