The studio recently completed a restoration, which turned out to be a complete re-build of a 1950’s circular stained glass window panel. Really a new window based on a traditional pattern, in-keeping with the property. All of the background clear textured glass has been replaced and the centre diamond (also replaced) is handmade mouthblown amber glass. A simple pattern, with good use of colour and texture.
A pattern was made of the existing window which was broken in many of the glass pieces, the glass was then cut to pattern, leaded, soldered at the joints and cemented (putty based) to make stronger and weatherproof. The window has now been fitted back into the window frame of the customers home.