Welcome to our website. Philip Bradbury Glass, established in 1976, is proud to offer a large range of authentic styles of high quality decorative glass at affordable rates. We specialise in hand-made period etched glass, stained glass and brilliant-cutting. We also produce plain frosted glass for modern kitchens and bathrooms. We are here to offer you guidance through the process; from design decisions to installation.
In addition to traditional work we produce customised mirrors, table-tops and screens, corporate/media awards and personalised engraving. We can put your design ideas into effect. We guarantee a first class, friendly and helpful service.
Decorative glass plays an indispensable role in authentic period restoration. Victorian and Edwardian architects relied on etched glass and stained glass to create atmosphere and impact. Whilst, over the years, a great deal of the original glass has been lost, people now realise that there are attractive and practical alternatives to utilitarian and inappropriate obscure glass. Without doubt, the right glass transforms the appearance of a house both from outside and within.
Philip Bradbury Glass is run by a team of 5 experienced craftsmen with a collective experience in the glass business of over 50 years.
We have been featured in many major press articles and on BBC2’s Homefront. We were featured on Channel 4’s Property Ladder in October 2001. Get in touch to discuss your requirements or to get a quote for a job. We look forward to hearing from you!
We do not have a brochure to send out, but will gladly respond by email to specific enquiries about styles, designs etc.
Links of Interest
One of the greatest innovators of glass design was the American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. We have source books of all his designs. They are copyright -free. Here’s an interesting site on his glass.
For a real modern architect I don’t think you can beat one of Wright’s pupils, John Lautner. See a stunning example of Lautner’s work here.
Original Features in Crouch End specialise in Period Fireplaces and Tiling.