Leaded and Stained Glass 
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Brocksdown is a small business established in 2011, specialising in small-scale leaded and stained glass work for West Berkshire and the surrounding area.
Work undertaken in the last year or so includes:
- Full restoration of leaded windows and wrought iron frames in several C17th listed cottages
- Full restoration of leaded panels in Edwardian listed former mill
- Repair of broken and loose panes and damaged lead
- End-of-tenancy repairs and damage due to building and decorating works
- Decorative glass including commissions
- Complete restoration of two Victorian Geometric stained glass panels, including design, fabrication and installation of custom frame and complementary new infill glass panels

More details of the Victorian restoration can be found here:
Having lived in old properties for the last 30 years, I have not only acquired many practical skills but also become aware of how difficult it can be to find reliable tradesmen at a reasonable cost.  I currently live in a 400-year-old thatched cottage with leaded lights in original wrought iron frames, and these were in need of restoration.
The opportunity arose in 2010 to break from a 33-year career in air traffic control engineering, so I decided to train in the techniques of leaded glass repair and conservation - initially to restore the windows in my own cottage.  There are not that many tradesmen in this field, and many are geared more to large commissions, ecclesiastical and architectural work.
I decided that there was room for a local business to provide restoration and repair services to smaller domestic properties.  In addition to repair, restoration and conservation, I have also started to build up a portfolio of decorative glass objects - in part inspired by the countryside of the Berkshire Downs where I live.
Please look around the site and feel free to contact me if you would like a free no-obligation quotation, to discuss a project or for any other information.
Mark Brock