Sambrook & Temperton
Anthony has worked for over 25 years as a stained glass conservator at York Glaziers Trust, one of the UK’s leading conservation studios, before leaving to work on fanlights and stained glass on a freelance basis.
Some of the prestigious projects he has worked on include:
The Saint William Window, York Minster
Chapter House, Wells Cathedral (c.1318)
The Ante Chapel, New College Oxford
The Great West Window, York Minster (c.1339)
Bunratty Castle, Republic of Ireland
The Rose Window, South Transept York Minster (c.1515)
The strength and rigidity of the fanlight comes from the armature, which is made of brass (not the rust prone wrought iron usually used in the 18th century).
A number of other improvements on early practice have been made.
Fanlights are supplied painted white on the decorative side (unless otherwise requested) and left unpainted on the putty side, to be finished by the client after fitting.
Creation of a Fanlight for Queen St. Edinburgh
Scotch Malt Whisky Society Headquarters
Rubber mould for the top corners of the fanlight
Part of our collection of decorative moulds
A mould in detail