Still can’t find the right art deco panel? How about having one made to your size? R102b is an example of a set I had made for a previous customer utilising parts from old panels which were falling apart.
As you can see in the first photo some reclaimed panels fall apart when removed from rotten frames as the cement has dried out being up to 90 years old. The glass is no longer manufactured – I am determined to utilise all parts! Michael from Greenwich said “These are wonderful, they transformed our house”. I tend to agree:
Note how well the panel complements Michael’s black kitchen units – an example of how elegant leaded light panels can work without colour. This design is relatively easy to reproduce should you want me to have it made to your size using similar (new) glass.
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Last month I dismantled this leaded light. I know it looked fantastic. You might ask why, especially if you know how passionate I am about retaining old leaded lights. Several of the panes were cracked and the lead structure was wobbly which is not unusual for such large frameless pieces. Sometimes I have to make […]
Many times I acquire a set of salvaged stained glass windows and think to myself – they look so good as window sill ornaments there’s no way I could sell! This particular set (two of which would have been part of a Victorian pulley sash system) sit snug within the main section of my 1920s […]
Today I cancelled my subscription to QuickBooks. There are several big brand accountancy products being aimed at the self-employed and small business. They all seem to have condescending advertisements* claiming to offer a simple solution for saving time. This post shares my experience should you be contemplating QuickBooks but I suspect some of my issues […]