Telephone: 01294 553772
Email: info@sapphirestainedglass.co.uk
 

Stained glass artists and craftsmen

Welcome to Sapphire stained glass windows of Ayrshire

Sapphire stained glass have a combined experience of over 26 years working within the stained glass industry. We were established in 2011 and since then we have been providing our bespoke services to an array of different clients throughout Ayrshire, Glasgow and the west coast of Scotland. Our managing director and senior stained glass artist Tracy Smith has worked for the highly successful Stained Glass Design Partnership for 23 years and has subsequently worked on many prestigious windows throughout Scotland.

We have worked on St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh and restored all the windows in the building. Other projects include the Mackintosh Hill House and the School of art, Garnethill Synagog, St Margarets Cathedral in Ayr, Haddo House in Aberdeenshire, the Ayrshire Hospice and Crosshouse hospital.

Tracy, our managing director has herself recently worked on a large Three light window in Penninghame St Johns in Newton Stewart, Sorn Church and The old High church in Kilmarnock.

We are also a Craft Associate of The British Society of Master Glass Painters and have been for a number of years.

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Our services

Repair & Restoration

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Traditional kiln fired painting

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UV glass bonding

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Bespoke leaded windows and gifts.

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Security and safety secondary glazing

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Reclaimed stained glass window's & doors

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Free Quote

Contact us today for your free design or repair quotation.

 

Portfolio

Our latest work

Here is just a small selection of our latest stained glass window projects.

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Do your stained glass windows need some TLC ?

Watch this short video to see how we do things.