Contact us on 07412 473311 or 01458 898816, or use the enquiry form
Based in Street, with recent installations in Bath, Bridgwater, Burnham-on-sea, Castle Cary, Exmoor, Glastonbury, Greinton (TA7), Somerton, South Cheriton (BA8) Street, Taunton, Yeovil, I also work in South
& West London, see our colouredglasses.co.uk site.
Our bespoke leaded panels are hand made in the traditional fashion, using coloured glass pieces and lead. They are fully weather proof, for use as normal external glazing as well as interior decoration. They may be incorporated within
Repair and restoration work aims to fully respect the original work, the building & the client's needs.
We design and make stained glass panels to match or complement existing glasswork and from your ideas and traditional or contemporary designs. You will find lots of ideas and designs in this site that we can reproduce or modify
for you. We can remove your old glass and install the new panels if required.
Round, 'porthole' stained glass window for a client in Compton Dundon, near Somerton.More circular stained glass panels
Front door stained glass windows, installed by us in Street, close to Glastonbury.More stained glass for doors
Stained glass fanlight, over a front door fitted for a client in TauntonMore wide aspect stained glass
We made and fitted this stained glass door panel, to the clients design.See all our gallery pages
Stained glass windows and leaded lights do not last for ever but they can usually be repaired or restored to their (almost) original condition. Our repair and restoration work aims to fully respect the original work, the building
& the client's needs, as well as any listing requirements.
Exmoor client found this set in a cellar - decaying &broken - they were all rebuilt and fitted.
One panel of this detailed door set in Bath had started to bow. Removed and rebuilt.
As well as more decorative leaded glass panels I make traditional leaded lights with diamond, square or rectangular shaped 'quarries'. - the individual pieces of usually plain uncoloured glass, set together in lead with a width
and profile appropriate to the location and appearance required.
For an old farmhouse up on Mendip.
For a summerhouse in Glastonbury.
Making a diamond paned leaded light.
'Cementing' to render the panel rigid and proof agains the weather.
For a client in Greinton, Somerset
Our methods are very tradtional, although we use dedicated stained glass design software, which produces accurate, coloured visuals for the client and a working drawing from the same file.
All designs developed on computer - enabling accurate visuals for client approval.
Above - Preparing to cut glass - Below - Rebuilding a restoration project
Making stained glass Timelapse video
I dont actually need or use all these glass cutters - they just accumulate!
Fitting a leaded glass panel is very unlike regular glazing, and we usually fit our own work, but we do aslo provide comprehensive fitting guidance. Stained glass often needs additional support with steel bars set into the frame and fixed to the panel with copper tie-wires – very traditional and necessary.