Do you have a door, window, lamp or other glass treasure that needs repair? I would be delighted to hear from you and help you restore your treasure. Please be aware that some of the older types of glass are no longer made, while I have a stock of older glass for repairs it is not guaranteed that a perfect match will be possible, in these instances the closest match is made and the window can be modified so that the different glass does not look 'patched'.
This first image is of a cabinet door that the owner had been told could not be repaired, they then approached Suzi who has an 'anything is possible - can do' attitude and rebuilt the panel for the door, the client was incredibly happy to have the cabinet restored to its former glory.
This Tiffany Lamp fell off its table during an earthquake, the top was smashed in and the vase cap at the top was buckled, the broken pieces were removed and replaced, a new vase cap added.
This window arrived in a very sad state, seeing it repaired and re-installed was a real delight!
This lamp had lots its vase cap and had several broken pieces of glass from having fallen off its stand. Despite an effort by the client to hold it together with tape all of the panel joins had all fallen apart. This was almost a total lamp rebuild.
This eagle is a panel in a front door, the panel had been caved in by the wind and door slamming, through this it some of the glass had fallen out and the lead had broken at many joins, it was repaired and returned to it's home.
Before and after photos of a window repair. This is an example whereby the clear textured glass was unavailable so a 'work around' ensured that the window remained symmetrical in glass type when the repairs were undertaken.
This door had two panels needing repairing after a child kicked a ball through it, as I was carrying one panel carefully to my car after the glazier had removed it, the whole panel disintegrated as the lead joins fell apart. Since that experience all panels for repair are now placed on boards prior to carrying anywhere!