Window 29 – Glass conservation, incorporation within isothermal glazing system and provision of stainless steel powder coated window protection, as part of extensive stained glass window conservation project.
Conservation of cast iron domed frames and glazing. Frames were cleaned, sandblasted and painted before being re-glazed.
Conservation of East Window, West Window and South Aisle Window, protection of all stained glass windows in the church.
Conservation of two internal memorial stained glass windows – both panels were dismantled, the glass was cleaned and new repair pieces painted to match the originals, the panels were then re-glazed and encapsulated.
Glass cleaning, re-leading of selected panels, stop-in glass quarry repairs, restoration of ferramenta and provision of black powder coated stainless steel window guards as part of the £2.7 million restoration and modernisation project of this beautiful Norfolk church.
Refurbishment of corroded metal frame and re-glazing of window panels with original cleaned Norman slab glass. Broken quarries were replaced by purpose-made new slab glass pieces.
Refurbishment of extremely corroded metal window frames and window furniture.
In-situ cleaning of roof light and re-leading of large decorative bay window lights
All main light panels of windows sXVII and sXVIII of the South Transept were removed for specialist conservation cleaning, minor restoration and limited re-leading. A minimal amount of back-painting with non-fired acrylic paint was required in order to render certain facial features more readable. The panels were then incorporated into manganese …
Provision of comprehensive conservation glazing report, followed by complete re-glazing of windows of this beautiful Dales church, retaining the original 2mm mouth-blown glass.