Composite Door & Bespoke Stained Glass
Our customer had a front door that whistled when the wind blew.
The letterbox hardly allowed any post to drop through. When we visited we suggested a new door and side lights in white Upvc with a coloured composite door to solve their problems.
A coloured stained glass leaded light was designed for both the side windows and corresponding matching genuine leaded lights for the door.
We encapsulated into toughened sealed units creating triple glazed units for added security, sound proofing and insulation.
Another happy customer. Please call us for more details.
The Darnley Mausoleum
In spring 2007 we successfully won the commission to create 3 stained glass lunette windows for Darnley Mausoleum, this design was based on the original water colours produced by the architect James Wyatt, in 1786.
Darnley Mausoleum which is in Cobham Kent has been totally renovated by skilled teams from all trades and now stands magnificently within its beautiful settings in Cobham Woods in the grounds of Darnley Hall.
The project is now complete and has been handed over to the National Trust. The mausoleum was brought to the nation’s attention on the BBC’s Restoration series and on Restoration Revisited.
The Parrot Design
October 2010 we had a client request for us to visit her house. She had just brought a new house with her husband where the previous owner for reasons unknown had installed an Arch window internally between the Hall and Lounge but had never actually glazed this window.
Our client collected Parrotts hense the theme was to design a stained glass window with Parrotts. Mr Knowles CBE visited, he took the details of the window and Michael made a template to get an accurate size for the drawing to be made.
Two parrotts in the jungle. The design itself took Sharon 3 days to complete. The client was very excited when she visited our workshop to view the drawing and choose the coloured glass. We very much encourage the participation of our clients at this stage, afterall the end result will be a fixture in their homes.
You can see from the photos the glass cutting stages. The leading and then final installation.
From Coi Carp fishes, Yellow Submarines, flowers, birds, Cowboy Hats, Boots and even Indian Head dressers. If you have a theme in mind speak to Sharon or come and visit us.