Awards & Certificates
In 2006 we were awarded the Pearsons Prize for "Best Restoration Project" in Britain and Ireland.
This was for our work on the restoration of stained glass windows for the Former Wesleyan Methodist Church on St. Laurence´s St., Drogheda Co. Louth and was sponsored by Pearsons Glass, Liverpool and Glashuette Lamberts, Germany.
Currently we are in the process of undertaking a large project as part of the restoration of Swords Castle, Co. Dublin. We have been commissioned by the Parks Department of Fingal County Council to design, fabricate & install a series of new stained glass windows strictly in the early 14th Century style, for the chapel at the front of the castle grounds.
The project comprises of four large aisle windows based on the Four Evangelists and a larger window situated behind the Altar. In order to develop a thorough appreciation of the early 14th century style, we have undertaken in-depth research and site visits to study the collections of medieval stained glass at Chartres Cathedral in France and at the Liverpool Conservation Museum. To date we have finished and installed the four aisle Evangelist windows complete with Zodiac tracery lights. We are currently working on the large Altar window based on "The Jesse Tree" which is due for completion in late 2010. The Chapel is open to the public and the windows can be viewed from Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays.