Jim Budd Stained Glass

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Historic Plain Glazing

Godolphin House, Cornwall.

Releading of 17th century ‘broadglass’ windows.

Supply and fitting of new leaded lights using handmade glass for stable block.

Tredustan Court, Brecon.

Glazing with leaded lights using handmade glass, including the supply of traditional flat iron casements and forged ironwork.

Mont Orgueil Castle, Jersey.

The supply and fixing of new leaded lights using handmade glass.

Winder Hall, Cumbria.

Reinstatement of appropriate glazing scheme including the supply of ‘double’ flat iron casements into the stone mullioned windows, and leaded lights with hand made glass.

Dore Abbey. Herefordshire. South windows

The releading (with reversion to a lightweight lead came) of the17th century glass retaining its eccentric glazing pattern.

Hampton Court, Herefordshire.

Plain glazing using handmade glass.

Woodchester Mansion, Stroud.

Glazing of the Grand Stair to the original pattern using salvaged glass from the surviving windows and new handmade glass.

Penlan Farm, Brecon.

Glazing of replacement oak frames with leaded lights using new handmade glass.

Hereford Cathedral

The releading of the 15th century Booth Porch windows.

Harewood Park, Herefordshire.

The reglazing of farmhouses, cottages, barns and a chapel for the Duchy of Cornwall.

Llwynywermod

The glazing of the Dining Room window with handmade glass for HRH The Prince of Wales.

Hundred House

The glazing of entrance doors with painted and stained 'fret' border and red stained corner rosettes.