Match existing stained glass and leadlight

Old feature window

Wesley Vine Glass Craftsman-6.38 mm White Translucent Laminate sheet size 2440x1220

Wesley Vine Glass Craftsman-6.38 mm White Translucent Laminate sheet size 2440x1220

 

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At Wesley Vine Glass Craftsman we handle a large volume of work from older period homes. Much of this work involves matching pre-existing lead lights with the same or a similar design. It is a great way to tie the old part of the house in with the new or to hide a fence, roof or garage. It can also give giving privacy to open living areas and to stop people looking in through the front door or into the bathroom.

We give a free measure and quote and can consult with you as to the best way to achieve the outcome that you require. Our windows are not only beautiful but fully complaint with AS1288 and use proper reinforcing and good quality leads and glasses.

Many clients are astonished at how well we matching the original windows in the old and new sections of the house. The new leadlight can create sense of continuity and flow through the house. At Wesley Vine Glass Craftsman we have a good selection of reproduction glasses as well as old glasses to ensure your windows look the same or very similar. In addition, we aim to match the leads, bevel and jewels as best as we can as well.

Wesley Vine Glass Craftsman-6.38 mm White Translucent Laminate sheet size 2440x1220Wesley Vine Glass Craftsman-6.38 mm White Translucent Laminate sheet size 2440x1220

In the above picture the top fan light windows were matched with the bottom sash windows.

One of the clients specifications was that she could still see into her garden

 

Restoration of Existing Windows

While we are measuring the new windows, we can also look at your old windows and assess whether they need any restoration undertaken. We have various restoration and conservation techniques to restore your windows onsite or back at the studio. Please click on the link for more information on restoration and conservation of leadlights and stained glass