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All Saints Episcopal Church Atlanta, GA

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This is the "Egleston Window" it is approximately 25' X 25' it was entirely removed for restoration


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A closer view of some of the lower lancets

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A view from the outside of the "Egleston Window" with documentation labels ready for photography


Town of Belmont Town Hall  Belmont, MA

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A well maintained historic building

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We are restoring these 3 large classic leaded window

 

Kirkpatrick Chapel Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ

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This restoration project encompassed some 70 windows

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A view of the main South Window and above flanking clerestory windows all newly restored

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A view of the three Tiffany Studios windows in the restoration project

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Prepping the window opening for the installation of one of the Tiffany Windows


Grace Episcopal Church 802 Broadway, NY, NY


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These windows were part of the second phase of restoration

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Here is a shot of the first phase windows we had prviously restored

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Beautiful paint work in these lancets


Sussex Presbyterian Church of Deckertown  23 Unionville Avenue Sussex, NJ

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This is the fourth window we have restored for for Sussex Presbyterian Church



5th Avenue Presbyterian Church  5th Avenue and 55th Street NY, NY

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The 5th Avenue Presbyterian Church another wonderful piece of architecture just two blocks North of St. Thomas Episcopal Church

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We restored these five stone set lancets on the 55th street side of the church. The original maker was G. Owen Bonawit.

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Chris working on a tracery panel above the lancets.



Grace Episcopal Church 802 Broadway, NY, NY

We are pleased to be restoring two clerestory windows in this historic church. The marble used to build this church was quarried in Ossining, NY




It was nessacery to scaffold the entire south trancept of the church to work on the walls, frame and windows. The scaffold contractor had to "crib" the undercroft (basement) below to bear the weight of the scaffold.

These are the two windows we removed and restored. The frames needed restoration and we understand they are almost completed. We hope to reinstall the restored windows in mid October.  It's our intention to post better pictures when we complete the project.

 

Deerpark Reformed Church, Port Jervis, NY

While repairing the protection glazing of this rose window the contractor found the frame loose
in the masonary, and the window in poor condition.




Here you can see we have removed the leaded panels and started frame restoration. Failed frame components  will be replaced and the entire frame repainted. The leaded panels are in studio being restored. We expect photos of the finished window very soon. That's Erik in the man lift.

Our Lady of The Lake RC Church, Sparta, NJ



The stained and leaded glass windows of this church needed frame repair, minor glass repairs, re puttying, and painting. This timely intervention will help avoid premature and costly window releading.

Two of the many beautiful windows of Our Lady of The Lake Church

First Presbyterian Church of Deckertown, 23 Unionville Avenue, Sussex, NJ



This is the third window we have restored for this historic church in Sussex, NJ. A lovely stairway window.



Chris is polishing and cleaning after final installation of the window




 

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