We design and make decorative glass for various applications. Our studios facilities enable us to fuse glass, paint, stain & enamel, acid etch, sandblast, engrave, brilliant cut and lead work using the traditional methods. We also restore damaged glass according to the UKIC (United Kingdom Institute of Conservation) guidelines.
Our trading name was established in 2001 but between us we have decades of experience working in glass with various companies across Britain. Many have written about us in the press and we’ve been featured in TV shows (see).
We especially welcome unusual projects which require a design solution in glass which is why we have a wide and varied Portfolio. There are a lot of new glass techniques which can be combined with old methods making a unique and fresh visual impact.
We also work directly with Artists to help realise projects in glass. To see a few examples see the Portfolio.
All our products meet British safety regulations at whatever scale. We have worked in churches, towers, boats (including super yachts), listed buildings, office spaces and houses large and small.
If you would like to discuss a project or would like a quote then please get in touch. In order to price the work we need the sizes, an idea of design and the technique to be used such as traditional leaded glass or etched or fused glass etc.
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If you would like to visit the studio please call to make sure someone is here before you set off : visits are by appointment only.
some of our clients
- NHS (Hull, Birmingham, Devises)
- Church of England (various)
- Blackpool Council (Central Libraries)
- Harrods (London)
- Stylist magazine
- Damien Hirst, Mat Colishaw and other artists
- Portman properties
- Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies
- Schools (various)
- Portview Properties
- BradyMallalieu architects
- Michael O’Sullivan architects
- Bissett Adams architects
- Domino Records
- House of Fraser
- RIBA (Presidents Office)
- Artemis – financial consultants
- Boodles – the oldest Gentelmen’s club