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Wrought Iron Casements

Wrought Iron Casements are some of the oldest types of opening casements and found in many country cottages.


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Companies supplying goods or services for Wrought Iron Casements
Jon Messum
Unit 1, Ropers Hall Farm, Assington Road, Bures, Suffolk CO8 5JX
Tel 01787 228 253
Email: Jonmessum@hotmail.com
Website: www.jonmessum.co.uk
Jon Messum has been working in the lead light and stained glass trade for 30 years with full apprentice training in all aspects of the design, construction and installation of traditional hand made lead lights and stained glass, with a high standard of careful conservation work to period leaded glazing and wrought iron casement frames, as well as sympathetic new leaded glazing for modern and restoration projects. He is also a specialist in quality authentic reproduction Victorian / Edwardian and Arts and Crafts stained glass door panels and windows
Norgrove Studios
Bentley, Redditch, Worcestershire, B97 5UH
Tel 01527 541545 Fax 01527 403692
Email: bsinclair@norgrovestudios.co.uk
Website: www.norgrovestudios.co.uk
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.