The Duke of Somerset turned to Steve Sherriff when he needed restoration of a leaded stained glass door panel. After discovering the door deep within the basement of Bradley House, the Duke requested to have it refurbished. Situated in Bradley Park Estate, Bradley House is a beautiful country home. Having remained in the Seymour family for over 300 years, being able to restore this beautiful stained glass door was a humbling task.
Getting to Work
The team at Steve Sherriff were delighted to take on the stained glass restoration. A timeless and intricate design, the leaded stained glass door required careful handling. As a specialist stained glass door company, the team knew exactly what measures to take for this particular project. After meticulously transporting stained glass door panel to the workshop in Dorset, the repairs began.
The stained glass door was over 100 years old, with visible signs of damage. The panel was completely re-leaded, and also received stained glass restoration. This was to ensure that every element of its design was recovered and to maintain its durability.
After completion of the stained glass door panel, it was carefully returned to the owner. The 100-year-old leaded stained glass door is now looking better than ever. By bringing the historic piece of art back to life, Bradley Estate can now display the door for others to admire.
For more information on leaded stained glass door panel repairs, contact Steve Sherriff. This stained glass door company has built a reputation for outstanding bespoke services. If you need stained glass restoration or leaded window repairs, call Steve Sherriff today. Get in touch by emailing email@example.com or calling 01202 882208.