1880’s Window Restoration

I was commissioned to restore this historically significant stained glass from the late 1800’s. When I received the window, it was extremely damaged and broken. It never fails to take my breath away when I see the stained glass returned to its original glory.

Irises with Edwardian Border

The Irises came to Pamela’s studio with broken pieces and deteriorating copper foil. Pamela redesigned the border irises, keeping with the integrity of the overall design. She then added a double border. The cobalt blue creates a wonderful juxtaposition of color abutting the floral design. The outer border was inspired …

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Colonial Entryway

A leaded glass entryway, sidelights and transom, was created with a very classic design. Using a very pale gray glass for the center diamonds gives an added dimension to the overall presentation.

Aqua Star

It was a joy to create “AQUA STAR” for a beautiful friend I met in Brazil. She is the mother of a little boy who is special needs. He sings to communicate and I honestly cannot think of a greater way to spread Love and Joy. Myles, may this Star …

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Edwardian Address Transom

Pamela created this address transom for a home in Washington, D.C. built in the 1920’s. The design is a mix of Edwardian and Arts & Crafts. The cobalt blue border is an exquisite deep color. And the two tones of amber help to define the floral motif. “Pamela, your carpenter …

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Victorian Transom

When the Victorian transom was brought to Pamela, it was in a state of complete deterioration. The panel was over 100 years old and the lead was like tissue paper. The owner wanted it to be returned to its original glory and even enlarged by adding extra borders. Pamela began …

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Bevel Leaded Glass Cabinet Panel

This is an elegant example of using two privacy glasses, Water Glass and Glue Chip, to emphasize the design. Creating a border using bevels lends prismatic and light-enhancing beauty.

HEAVENLY BLUE Door Insert

“A noble man who lost his son in the WTC on 911 came to me with this large stained glass that was all cracked and in shambles. As I worked on this full restoration project over these last few weeks, I wanted to do the best of my ability for …

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