Stained glass.

Modern stained glass is created by applying coloured and textured films or gels to glass to create truly beautiful and bespoke designs. It is then outlined and soldered with lead.


Bevelled glass.

Bevelled glass is made from shaped pieces of glass, most commonly diamonds or squares, which are then bonded together to create various ornate patterns, giving the glass texture and a raised appearance.


Leaded glass.

Strips of lead are applied to glass to create a chosen design or pattern. The lead is then soldered and patinated to protect it, but also to provide an authentic look.


Sandblasted glass.

Sandblasting is the process by which a piece of glass is blasted with grit which peppers the surface, and when done over specific templates, creates a design that you can see while obscuring the rest of the glass.