A small selection of leaded light glass panels & stained glass windows made in our Bristol studio. Delivered & fitted to our client’s specifications along with restoration and repair projects.
The Stained Glass Factory was commissioned to design, make and fit seventeen panels to re-glaze this window changing it from clear and translucent glass to this vibrant hallway feature. Several design ideas were proposed, the home owner choosing a design with a traditional influence.
New internal vestibule doors gave the opportunity for some elegance, soft light and colour.
Lightly textured glass gives a very soft light which added to the affect achieved with the green and yellow glass.
New commission for a lovely home. Sunshine based design themes continue to be a popular choice.
Decreasing diamonds add a quirky element to this design. Our clients asked for secondary glazing which is fitted behind the stained glass.
Subtle colour letting light through and stylised shapes make an elegant front entrance.
Our client wanted their house number to be prominent in a design based upon sunrise and summer.
Leigh Woods, Bristol.
This stained glass was removed from a house because it had sentimental value to the owner who was moving home. The stained Glass Factory was commissioned to design and make an oak frame that had the added feature of remote control LED lighting from behind, within the frame.
A commission to compliment a new front door and frame completed a property renovation and gave the house a very individual style.
Alveston, Nr. Bristol
This small stained glass panel was designed, along with an oak frame to hold a ventilation hole capped with a copper cover.
“North Villa” – Clifton, Bristol
The Stained Glass Factory was commissioned to provide a unique feature to the main entrance of a newly built Clifton mansion. We worked with our client to create, choose and refine a design that would create the desired impression to the entrance of this beautifully crafted home. The lettering was hand crafted using black glass … Continue reading “North Villa” – Clifton, Bristol
The owner of this house wanted to reinstate the full impact of these beautiful Deco panels. In past times the door’s leaded panel had been replaced with one piece of textured glass. A pattern was taken from the side window and a new panel was manufactured with glass that would provide a good match. Repairs … Continue reading Hanham, Bristol
The project was designed and made for a 1930’s house with charming period character. The owners of the house wanted an Art Deco theme for a new landing window and chose this design from a range presented to them. With a little adjustment following our discussion, the design was agreed with work taking a few … Continue reading Downend, Bristol
Following some repairs to stained glass windows in this home, my clients commissioned two new panels that are situated in the lounge area. Following the same style, the design curves away in opposite directions maintaining a relationship between the two panels.
This panel was commissioned to be a part of this new lovely oak door. The family are keen cyclists and wanted a design to represent this element of their lifestyle.
This large commission replaced grid reinforced plate glass to restore some character to the entrance of this beautiful Clevedon house. The design is sympathetic to an original porch window panel.
Lower Redland Road, Bristol. The three panels were designed to be sympathetic towards the existing glass above. Wooden mitred inserts and beading were custom made to make the internal bead match the wider external bead of the door.
Radstock Methodist Church Hall
Restoration of the ‘rose’ at the top of this beautiful window . The original was lost during a winter gale.
The original panels were removed years ago from this house and the new owners commissioned new panels that would return some of the original character to their entrance hall. Colours were chosen by the client and fitting was included in the price. My client’s neighbours also liked these panels and commissioned a set for their … Continue reading Knowle