Leaded Windows / Stained Glass / Lead Lights in East Sussex
Repair, Restoration & Commissions in Stained Glass
Kerry & Kim Lum"
We believe Stained Glass and Lead Lights (Leaded Lights) should be used, enjoyed and can be a wise investment in your home.
We have a wealth of expertise in all aspects of stained glass and leaded lights and our work is highly respected by churches and local authorities in South East England.
We are a small team of skilled restorers-conservators and are led by Robert Savage - BA (Hons) Architectural Glass, who has over 20 years experience in the craft.
He studied under the highly respected and renowned stained glass practitioner Mike Davies at the University of Sunderland. In conjunction to running Stained Glass In Sussex for 11 years he also taught stained glass at Hastings College of Arts from 1999 - 2011 until deciding to dedicate himself solely to his passion for restoration and commission work.When making repairs or replacing panels, we take the greatest care to match the original glass in age and type.
Contrary to popular opinion and what a lot of glazing firms would have you believe, many types of antique glass are still produced to obtain a perfect match, if it is no longer made then we can usually source the glass required from our own extensive stocks of reclaimed glass.
In rare cases we can also manufacture a close copy.
To ensure historical accuracy the painting and firing techniques we use are all traditional and our highly experienced artist can restore any type of painted glass panel that has been damaged or lost due to accident, age or vandalism. Unlike some other companies we do not "farm out" work, every single stage of the job is carried out by us from removal to re-fitting!
In all historical and ecclesiastical restorations and conservation work we use non-ferrous metals and lime mortar where applicable.
We also repair and make Lead Lights.
In order for us to be able to give you a fair quote we prefer to visit and see the work or the proposed site in situ.
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