This lovely Victorian stained glass window is well over one hundred years old. Pamela replaced the disintegrating lead and broken glass to restore it to its original beauty.
Prairie Window Restoration A large 100 year old window with three separated panels was brought to Pamela. The client asked if she could make one large window panel. Pamela disassembled the old stained glass window, cleaned the glass like new, releaded, puttied and added patina. The photos show the journey.
Pamela teamed up with interior designer, Rose DiNapoli, to design the stained glass windows for a 100 year old home in Washington, D.C. The actual motif for the Fleur de Lis came from the Basilica in Lourdes, France, where they visited while taking a break from restoring the stained glass …
The bevels, forming a circular floral motif, create a strong and beautiful focal for this Victorian style transom. The colors of muted orange and amber add beauty to the overall design, as does the use of two different textured clear glasses to emphasize the bevels.
Pamela teamed up with interior designer, Elizabeth Mitchell of Finesse Design Remodeling. Elizabeth designed the beautiful Victorian styled window which is now installed in her client’s kitchen. Art glass was chosen which glows when the light pours in.
Using several thousand pieces of stained glass mosaics, Pamela created another Wildflower motif to hang as a large wall panel. It was created atop a mirrored surface to create depth and reflective light.
The commission for sidelights with the Wildflower mosaics will be used as entryway sidelights. The Art glasses flow through the spectrum of colors and look beautiful as light pours through.
The inspiration for this design came from perusing a stained glass catalogue printed during Victorian times. Pamela chose the lovely floral motif and expanded the design using repetion with connecting lines and ovals. Pale peach and green glasses contrast beautifully adjacent to the moss textured clear glass.