Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Stained glass panels, Victoria

Our client was renovating an apartment in Victoria, SW1, and wanted to introduce some interest in a potentially dull corridor space.

We proposed a number of designs, and this was selected.

There are 2 sets to be mounted in adjacent, existing steel framed high level windows, originally glazed with uncoloured textured glass.

To be fitted by the client's contractor.

Supplied March 2011.


Stained glass repairs, Lewisham

You can see the problem! It might not have been quite so bad if, when the panel was originally fitted, a steel supporting bar had been used, and the panel secured to it by wires.

We removed the panel and boarded it over, took it back to the workshop, disassembled, it, cut new glass to replace the broken pieces, and then remade it with new lead. We fitted it with the steel bar! 

Completed in March 2011.

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Saturday, 12 March 2011

Colliers Wood leaded glass fanlight

This panel was made and fitted for a new opening above the door to the clients bathroom. Installed March 2011.
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Stained glass, Shirley

This panel, one of a set with similar motifs, said to be locally linked, had become very bowed, to the extent that one of the narrow borders around the shield was cracked and one of the painted pieces was about to drop out. The panel was removed, and the opening boarded over for security, then disassembled and the glass pieces washed. It was then reassembled with new lead, and fitted.
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