We are well equipped to handle jobs of all sizes and recently completed the complete restoration of the historic stained glass in the Great State of Oklahoma’s Capital building. This restoration process included just under 1,000 stained glass windows, most dating back over 100 years. Miles of lead and hundreds of thousands of pieces of stained glass have been lovingly restored to their original artistry.
The restoration of the original stained glass dome skylight (built in 1917) in the state capital consists of 40 sections spanning approximately 30′ feet in diameter. The skylight was in much need of repair and was removed around the year 2002 when the construction on the new dome began and has been in storage until we started the restoration process in 2020. The ceiling in the main entrance to the newly opened museum houses the restored original dome. The museum entry is free and open to the public.
All the stained glass windows in the Oklahoma state capital building have now been restored with the exception of the new dome glass that was installed in 2002. The majority of the glass needed to be completely redone. The stained glass panels were carefully removed, taken apart, cleaned and rebuilt.
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Edmond, OK 73012