we were approached by the Isle Of Wight Railway Company to restore some beautiful royal blue & etched victorian glass panels. This was feastured on the Channel 4 show, click the link to see some clips of us in our workshop.
Home owners had a beautiful property in Altrincham, Manchester, and wanted to keep some beautiful orginal features in their sash windows. These consisted of blue victorian panels, and red victorian panels.
1 of 2 vintage glass panels had been broken and needed an exact match recreating.
We had never seen a design like this at Art Glass, it was a challenge to recreate such a unique design.
As we had previously done a bespoke glass panel for a customer, they wanted the same design, but with colour added.
A cusomer had some exsiting glass borders in an arched sash window that needed copying and replacing.
We suggested using our fired enamel colours.
A customers sash window had brilliant cut border panels in the frame, one of them had unfortunatley broken. We were able to reamke that glass panel to ensure its a perfect match.
A customer approached us with an etched and coloured glass panel they had in their house for many years, that had unfortunatley broken, we were able to recreate that glass panel perfectly.
Two bespoke ornate glass panels with different layers of etching made for The Lion Tavern in Liverpool.
Three bespoke leadlights made with hand painted roundel center pieces.
After a bespoke acid etched design on red flash glass had broken in a customers home they needed an matching panel in order to fit in with the oginals.
A new build required some glass for the front door, the customer chose a bespoke etched and coloured glass design for two side panels and a door panel, and also chose a port hole leadlight with a hand painted roundel to match.
Bespoke etched and fired enamel panels for the Plaza Cinema in Liverpool