Wappingthorn Manor recently got in touch with leaded windows and stained glass specialists at Steve Sherriff to enquire about some new leaded glass windows. The manor’s original leaded windows had not been touched since 1920’s when it underwent a large extension to the East wing. So, it was definitely time for some maintenance.
Parts of Wappingthorn Manor date back to 1066, where it was once home to King Edward the Confessor. The manor is surrounded by 35 acres of beautiful grounds and has three floors of refurbished accommodation.
Getting to Work
We were truly delighted to be awarded the contract to complete the leaded window repair and installation at Wappingthorn Manor. Our team worked hard together and used their expertise to full effect when starting leaded window work on this magnificent building.
Upon arriving at the leaded window restoration project at Wappingthorn Manor, our team of specialists begun by removing the old leaded glass windows, ready for a seamless and efficient installation. Then, our team got to work restoring the original bronze opening casements to ensure the windows were looking as good as new. We also installed brand new diamond-shaped leaded windows to maintain the manor’s original character.
As a result, Wappingthorn Manor has a fantastic new look, whilst preserving its original rustic and vintage character. With help from our stained glass specialists, the manor now has leaded glass windows that will last for the next 100 years to come.
If you are interested in our leaded glass window services, including leaded window repair and restoration, please send us your requirements via our online form. Feel free to get in contact with our knowledgeable team on 01202 882208.