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HARLEQUIN STAINED GLASS
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New Art Deco panels ready for encapsulation.
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A picture of the finished stained glass winter scene. It was cut with a purple border but we decided it didn't do the panel justice so it was changed to a dark blue. Snow settling on the branches, mistletoe, holly and poinsettia give this panel a real winter feel.  At the bottom right hand side of the panel is our logo which was added with the clients permission.
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2015-03-30
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FOUR SEASONS WINTER SCENE
Take a look at the stained glass winter scene now that all the glass has been cut and has started to be assembled. The panel incorporates holly, poinsettia, mistletoe and snow.
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2015-02-19
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First design "the winter scene" is done for our latest stained glass commission, comprising of four gothic arch stained glass windows with scenes based on the four seasons. Keep looking at our blog for the progress of each panel as it develops from design to completion.
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Saltburn by the Sea Funicular is the oldest operating water balance cliff lift in England, it was built in 1884 and stained glass panels were incorporated into the carriages, however these were removed in 1955 when the carriages were being replaced. In 1979 new aluminium carriages based on the original design were made and stained glass panels were reinstated. Here are a few pictures…
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2014-09-12
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Just finished our latest commission a stained glass orange tree encapsulated in a toughened glass double glazed unit. Waiting to be fitted in a window next to the door which will complement the clients new kitchen.
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