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Gilbert & McCarty

Gilbert & McCarty

Unit 2A, 109 Maybank Road South Woodford
E18 1EU
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Phone: 0208 505 9342
Fax: 0208 504 8502

We are specialists in decorative fire resistant glazing, ornamental leaded and stained glass windows. We undertake work in all aspects of these fields from the design and manufacture of windows to their final installation. Our background experience is wide.

Stained Glass & Leaded Lights

We have been working within this specialist field since 1982 we have gained an excellent understanding of Victorian and Edwardian techniques of glazing and are able to undertake most restoration or new design projects, be they large or small.

We are able to meet the requirements of a modern building project, and appreciate the importance of tight time constraints and above all health and safety requirements. On this basis we have gained a reputation for high quality work whilst meeting all contractual obligations.
Our previous clients include: English Heritage, Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle and also many private residences.

Please contact us by phone/fax or e-mail if you require advice relating to any project you are considering or presently involved in and we will be happy help.

Please scroll through a selection of projects we have previously carried out.

Colour glass ornamental fan lights we produced to emulate the 1930's style of glazing and to blend into the style of this private residence on the out skirts of East London. These particular windows were bonded within double glazed sealed units using a patented method  

Two new windows manufactured and installed to match existing ornamental leaded light windows housed in the London's Natural History Museum (new windows 4th and 5th from the left).

A set of three light stained glass windows which have undergone complete restoration. These Window were badly vandalized and many of the hand painted stained glass centres have been replaced with new to match old

This historic set of windows were found to be in a weakened state and in need of re-leading. All three windows and tracery lights were removed and restored and all badly broken glass pieces were replaced with new using traditional methods.

  Gilbert & McCarty

Present A Unique Decorative
Double Glazed Sealed Unit System

Window panels can be manufactured to any design using a patented process which incorporates real traditional stained glass processes of leaded glass which can be painted, etched, stained or enamelled and fired.

These panes are then securely applied to the inside face of the toughened 6mm or 4mm float glass double glazed sealed unit.

This special construction provides thermal insulation and conforms to all necessary glazing safty standards, whilst protecting the hand fabricated stained glass in the interspace and presenting easily cleaned exterior surfaces.

Approximate dimensions 1800cm x 4000cm


These pictures show a large Victorian window with inscription reading "The Royal Agricultural Hall". This window was completely restored and a new metal frame manufactured to replace the original corroded framework. The whole assembly was then relocated in the reception hall of the "Business Design Centre" located in the London Borough of Islington.


St Albans Church, Teddington this large project involved the Manufacture of new ornamental diamond paned windows to over 90 percent of the Church. The client on this project was English Heritage


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