We have concluded our very exciting stained glass renovation project and at The Natural History Museum.

The Hintze Hall, gateway to the museums collections and galleries, famous home of Dippy the Dinosaur has many wonderful Victorian architectural features. Coriander Stained Glass was contracted by the Museum to carry out necessary renovation and repairs to the traditional stained glass lead light windows on the East and West elevations of the Hall.

The first part of our project was the removal of 39 Victorian stained glass lead light window panels, which at our studios received complete renovation/rebuilding and were then re-installed. The second was to carry out in the region of 150 in-situ glass repairs across the rest of the stained glass lead light window panels that were structurally sound enough not to require renovation/rebuilding.

Our whole team at Coriander Stained Glass are very proud to have worked on this project.

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