UK Supplier | Antique glass, Coloured glass, Restoration Cylinder glass, Mouth blown glass sheet, Spun roundels |
Sunrise Stained Glass Ltd, 58-
© 2015 Sunrise Stained Glass Ltd. All rights reserved | UK Supplier | Antique glass, Coloured glass, Restoration Cylinder glass, Mouth blown glass sheet, Spun roundels |
Our superb range of hand made heritage glass and Victorian and Edwardian period style restoration glass includes beautiful brilliant cut ‘Glory Stars’, available to order direct by telephone or on-
We are a supplier of decorative glass Brilliant Cut (wheel engraved) corner pieces for door panels, also known as Victorian style ‘Glory Stars’. These beautiful square coloured corners are engraved from antique hand-
Many glasses are suitable for fusing including a range of Spectrum and Bullseye tested compatible fusing glass. We have a display of hobby cut sizes in handy 12” x 8” sizes, and all these coloured and patterned glasses are also available in part or full stock sheets.
The Restoration Glass also known as heritage glass is available in clear or reamy by the full stock sheet of approximately 1Metre square, or to cut sizes and templates. Our restoration clylinder glass is used in listed buildings and approved by English Heritage.
Our hand spun roundels (or rondels or roundelles) and bullions complement perfectly with the antique glass sheet and can be incorporated to traditional leaded windows with lead came. Spun glass Bullions are made as a disc but can by cut to rectangles or squares by order.
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Our acrylic oil fed glass cutters are competitively priced, and other stained glass supplies include glass grinders, solder, lcopper foil, eaded light cement, grozing pliers, glazing knives, lead vice, glass cutting tools, and glazing consumables such as leaded light cement and whiting.
We Use and Sell Only Quality Products:
Our experience as makers of traditional leaded windows and stained glass designers means that we only supply the high quality materials and glass that we use ourselves in the studio for commissions of church windows and glass restoration in public buildings in the Southern Counties and across the UK.
And if you need some help to get started or a few tips and reminders to brush up your skills then visit our ‘Tutorials’ page for videos of how to use the tools and equipment.