We also install leaded light windows

At McCarty & Smith we have a reputation for excellent quality work on Victorian and Edwardian period projects.

Working in this field since 1982, Tony has gained an excellent understanding of Victorian and Edwardian glazing methods. From replacing historic stained-glass windows to replicating 1930's style ornamental fan lights, his understanding of traditional manufacturing techniques is astounding.

For quality leaded light window installation, call 020 8498 0219

Some of Tony's previous leaded light window projects

Colour glass ornamental fan lights we produced to emulate the 1930's style of glazing and to blend into the style of this private residence on the out skirts of East London.

Coloured Glass

Two new windows manufactured and installed to match existing ornamental leaded light windows housed in the London's Natural History Museum (new windows 4th and 5th from the left).

 Ornamental Leaded Light

A set of three light stained glass windows which have undergone complete restoration. These Window were badly vandalized and many of the hand painted stained glass centres have been replaced with new to match old.

 Three Stained Glass

This historic set of windows was found to be in a weakened state and in need of re-leading. All three windows and tracery lights were removed and restored and all badly broken glass pieces were replaced with new using traditional methods.

 Historic Glass

This picture shows a large Victorian window with inscription reading "The Royal Agricultural Hall". This window was completely restored and a new metal frame manufactured to replace the original corroded framework. The whole assembly was then relocated in the reception hall of the "Business Design Centre" located in the London Borough of Islington.

 Royal Agricultural

St Albans Church, Teddington; this large project involved the manufacture of new ornamental diamond paned windows to over 90 percent of the church. The client on this project was English Heritage.

 St. Albans Church
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