Religious Stained Glass
We design and create religious stained glass windows and panels for cathedrals, churches, chapels, temples and any place of worship.
Our religious stained glass windows are made from original design hand drawn and painted with watercolors, the pigment with this effect is the closest looking to the transparency of glass and upon request we produce religious stained glass windows from other designers or architects.
Our professionalism, for what is required of us to represent, leads us to search for the most appropriate iconographic meaning.
Our working experience in our studio and in other studios in Italy and England, give us the ability to create stained glass windows in different styles, from a traditional Gothic, Baroque, and figurative, to a more modern style, contemporary and abstract.
Our religious stained glass windows are enhanced by a refined grisaille painting, transparent and semi transparent enamels and silver stain, unique colors for the art of glass, spending great attention to small details.
To achieve the desired effect and depth of the paining, our glass is kiln fired multiple times at a temperature of 650°C using traditional methods that will give great value to our windows.
We work with the highest quality materials and in our windows we use different lead thicknesses reaching 2.5mm which is the thinnest on the market and that will basically disappear in the overall look of the design.
Regarding the glass, particularly in modern and contemporary religious stained glass we tend to use mouth blown glass enriched with streaks and bubbles trapped in the glass during the blowing process.
Also for our sacred stained glass we provide a full professional service, designing, constructing shipping and installing the stained glass window anywhere in the world. If required, we can help organise frame manufacture and safety glass too.
We also offer a full restoration and conservation service, our products are made in Italy and shipped all over the world.
We have recently worked on the creation of five new stained glass windows for the Benedictine monks of Norcia. The windows were installed in a new wooden chapel after the church was severely damaged by the earthquake.
These religious stained windows were a beautiful project that kept us busy for a while, a very laborious project ideal for some Benedictine windows.