experts in the design, construction, installation, restoration, remodeling and removal of church and residential stained glass


HomeWe are experts in stained and beveled glass design, construction, restoration, removal, remodeling and relocation.We provide each client with the highest levels possible of ethics, expertise and enthusiasm.If you can image a mood, style or function in your home, we can enhance it for you with stained or beveled glass.Stained glass can change a meeting place into a sacred space.Public places like schools, libraries and restaurants can also benefit from using stained glass.We have the expertise and interest to conduct even your most challenging stained glass maintenance and restoration projects.From planning and financing to construction and installation, we can join you at whatever stage your project is now in but the sooner we get together the better for you.A useful place to browse with lots of design guidelines, technical alerts, news and other information to help you get the best results from your stained glass project.Contact us here because if you don't contact us, we can't help.You can come to us or we can come to you.Links5 extensive glass galleries with examples of New Church Stained Glass, New Residential Stained Glass, New Stained Glass In Other Public Areas, Kitchen And Bath Stained Glass and Stained Glass Care And Restoration.

plating glass to match historic color and textures

Despite the wide variety of glass colors and textures available to us today it may sometimes still be impossible to find a replacement glass that is a satisfactory match for historic glass. When it is necessary to do so we have several techniques that can be used to make a satisfactory match. One of those is "plating" where 2 pieces of glass are glazed over one another to achieve the desired result.

This picture shows some of the glass sitting on the rubbing of the damaged window indicating where it will be plated behind other glass during the panel's restoration in order to match the color and/or texture of the original antique glass.



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