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St.Cyrus Church, stained glass repairs.
Repaired glass and foil lampshade
Stained glass design for a door
 stained glass repairs in Aberdeen
Stained glass design for bathroom door
New stained glass panel in an Aberdeen pub.

Stained glass specialist in north east Scotland 
Aberdeen to Inverness and beyond.

Bahill Glass is an established stained glass workshop run by Carol Deadman, in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.  


I undertake work in my local Huntly area as well as further afield in Aberdeenshire, Moray, north and east Scotland.
 

Restoration of damaged and old panels is done at my Huntly stained glass workshop, having taken them out of buildings and boarded up.  Sometimes in-situ repairs can be done, without taking whole window panels out.


I design and make commissioned stained glass and lead panels, for private homes and public buildings. From initial ideas to final design and glass choice, you are involved. 

I also repair smaller glass and lead or copperfoil items.  That may be work on glass ('Tiffany' style) lampshades or glass and lead panels in cabinet doors. These items can be brought to my workshop, by appointment.

When time allows, courses in stained glass and lead panel making are run. 

2024 Courses: I will be running 2-day beginners courses at 'Square Deal' in Huntly town. I take four students at a time so there is plenty 1:1 teaching time and plenty space. Please go to my 'lessons' page for more details and subscribe to my mailing list to receive new course dates. Thanks.

Please contact me to discuss your stained glass needs. Thankyou.

Recent Projects

Stained glass design factors
Contemporary stained glass in Elgin
Stained glass design Elgin

This piece was installed into a front door in a modern home and looks great, enabling light and colour to fill the hallway. It has a toughened glass panel on the outside for security and insulation.

Victorian stained glass repairs, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
stained glass repairs on Victorian panel, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Auchaber restoration

I needed a bit of help with this big piece.

In-situ it doesn't look too big as it's in proportion to the beautiful home, but moving it around for repairs takes some co-ordination.

You can see in the photo on the left that it has some broken glass and also, at some point, has been taken out and put back in the other way up with a tie-bar added near the top (across the roundels).

The fully restored window has now been put back in a new frame, with double glazing on the outside. 

Some examples of my stained glass work - repairs, full restorations and new design and commissions. 

Off-setting 

I am trying to think about the environmental impact of my business at every stage. From where my glass comes from and how it is made, how to reclaim, re-use and recycle my materials, my use of energy when making up panels and the materials I use when installing them. 

As part of my off-setting contribution, I have started a grove of trees, through 'Trees For Life'

'These trees will help to rewild the Caledonian Forest, a rich habitat found only in the Scottish Highlands. They will be saplings grown from locally collected seed and will be one of a number of species planted such as Scots pine, willow, birch, rowan, hazel, alder, holly, aspen and bird cherry'.

I intend to add at least one tree with every commission or repair that I complete. If you would like to add your own contribution I would be very grateful. Please click on the link below and it will take you to my 'grove' page.

Thank you.

Bahill Glass

Wester Newbigging,

Huntly, Aberdeenshire, AB54 4RB.

Tel. 07585 895118

bahillglass@gmail.com

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