Stained Glass Protection
Stainless steel grilles are generally regarded by conservation bodies as the best form of protection for stained glass as polycarbonate has a discordant appearance and discolours with age.
Companies supplying goods or services for Stained Glass Protection
Keith Barley, ICON accredited conservator, established Barley Studio, York, 40 years ago. The studio has gained an international reputation for the high standard of its stained glass conservation and restoration for the nationís cathedrals, stately homes and parish churches. Barley Studio is also known for its new work, with artist Helen Whittaker winning commissions for many prestigious buildings across the UK. The studio covers all aspects of stained glass and related metalwork: environmentally protective isothermal glazing systems, restoration and supply of ferramenta and opening casements, stainless steel wire guards, period style plain glazing and antique glasses, consultation, surveys and reports.
Established in 1973, the Studio is ICON accredited. We are recognized as a leading authority for new designs, conservation of medieval and restoration of Victorian stained glass, as well as repair and protective work countrywide of vandalised or deteriorating windows, including wire guards and isothermal glazing.
Design Lights Stained Glass Ltd based in Bolton are specialists in the conservation, restoration, repair, design, manufacture and protection of stained glass windows and leaded lights. Trading since 1987 we have many years of experience within our team of long serving skilled staff. Our clients include cathedrals, churches, museums, public buildings and private dwellings, nationwide. Projects have included work at
Shrewsbury, Carlisle, Liverpool Metropolitan, Liverpool Anglican and Sheffield Cathedrals as well as parish churches and public buildings projects including various town halls and Victoria Baths Manchester.
Helen Whittaker is Creative Director and Artist / Designer at Barley Studio and an award-winning designer of stained glass windows. Keith Barley, ICON accredited conservator, established Barley Studio 40 years ago. The studio has gained an international reputation for the high standard of its stained glass conservation. It is also known for its new work, with Helen winning commissions for many prestigious buildings across the UK. The studio covers all aspects of stained glass and related metalwork: isothermal glazing, restoration, supply of ferramenta, opening casements, stainless steel wire guards, period style plain glazing and antique glasses, consultation, surveys and reports.
Norgrove Studios Ltd is a small specialist glazing workshop making bespoke stained glass, and restoring/conserving existing. We have an interest in the restoration and new creation of plain glazing for 17th , 18th, & 19th C traditional vernacular buildings, undertaking repair of all early periods of glasswork. We use new handmade mouth blown glass to match originals. Our blacksmith will repair existing ferramenta and casements, & make new in wrought iron or stainless steel. We sell handmade glass for sash windows and fanlights, fabricate stainless steel protective guards for stained glass in vulnerable locations, & provide both consultancy and practical works in glass.
William J Gowar & Company Ltd T/as Gowar Grilles
30 - 34 Rheidol Mews, Rheidol Terrace, Islington, London N1 8NU
Tel 020 7226 3644 Fax 020 7226 2969
Church Window Protection ; Manufacturers of stainless steel mesh grilles to the shape of the glass with a black powder coating. Bespoke Radiator Cover Grilles; They still manufacture in London decorative radiator cover grilles. These are a hand-woven lattice in solid brass or stainless steel with many patterns and finishes.
Classical Glass Ltd
, 435-437 St Helens Road
Telephone 01204 656382 Fax 01204 657904