Restoration & Repairs
We specialise in the cleaning, repair and restoration of existing stained glass panels.
We work on small 'suncatchers' (leaded or copperfoiled), lampshades, window, door and vestibule panels and larger public pieces.
Site visits are made to assess the work required. Sometimes in-situ repairs are possible or, if not, the panels are removed and repaired at the workshop.
Re-sizing and re-purposing
Salvaged stained glass panels can be re-sized to fit new framework, as an in-situ piece or as a movable 'picture' in a frame.
Separate pieces of tinted glass can be re-sized and re-purposed in a new design.
Two large panels found at an antiques yard were made in to one, using the unbroken glass and keeping most of the original design.
Front door transom panel. This needed re-leading as the original lead had deteriorated. The panel was re-sized as well and we were able to use excess original glass to replace any broken pieces.
Restoration work on Ballater Railway Station, Royal Waiting Room, working with Morning Glass Designs.