Traditional leaded-lights, also known as “Stanied Glass” is made by incorporating different types of textured, coloured glass and hand painted glass, joining the individual pieces with milled section lead, soldered together to form a leaded-light. The leaded light is then cemented to make it weatherproof, they also may be encapsulated inside double glazed units. We can copy and reproduce your orginal designs or we can commission a new design with our in house Illustrator based on your requirements.
Traditional leaded-lights may be used for many different applications; public houses, private homes, shops, signs, celling lights & domes.
The price examples on this page are for single glazed leaded-lights, Price on application for triple glazing (encapsulation)
Our Stained Glass Leaded lights may be supplied single glazed or triple glazed.
The prices displayed on this page exclude VAT.
All goods will be supplied subject to VAT @ 20%
When ordering any glass off our website please make sure you provide the correct sizes including the correct tolerances. We can not take any responsibility for sizes that have been provided incorrectly! Information on glass sizes can be found on our Measure Up! page, or if you require any further information on measuring up please contact us, we are always here to help Tel: 0151 489 2214
The Victorian Flower leaded-light design was remade for a private customer whom resided in the Liverpool area, made to fit into a two panel exterior door. This allowed an obscure view due to the mottled clear glass.
Incorporating Brilliant Cut Into Leaded-Lights Brilliant cutting is a extraordinary skilled and artistic process, an age-old process passed down through many generations via apprenticeships. The process creates designs on glass and mirror and is all done by hand.
These unique brilliant cut corners are all individually hand made out of flashed glass using Victorian traditional methods. Often seen as corners in Victorian sash windows and Leaded Lights. On this page you will see a few how these beautiful unique Brilliant cut pieces can be introduced into leaded lights.
Bevelled glass is often made by taking thick glass and creating an angled surface cut, otherwise known as a bevel, around the entire periphery. Bevels act as prisms in the sunlight creating an interesting colour diffraction which both highlights the glass work and provides a spectrum of colours which would ordinarily be absent in clear float glass. Please look at the photograph to your left as an example.
*All goods will be supplied subject to VAT @ 20%
When ordering any glass off our website please make sure you provide the correct sizes including the correct tolerances. We can not take any responsibility for sizes that have been provided incorrectly! Information on glass sizes can be found on our MEASURE UP page, or if you require any further information on measuring up please contact us we are always here to help.