Stained Glass in Newport

Bryn Young stained glass artist has operated from Newport for many years completing commissions and repair projects from simple repairs to large commissions.   

This particular stained glass project in Newport involved the following criteria, transforming this 1940s entrance hallway.


    • Utilising two stained glass panels salvaged from a landing window.

    • A new purpose made hardwood door.

    • Creating new stained glass panels for the door to match the original stained glass panels from the landing window.

    • Encapsulation of stained glass panels (triple glazed units),

    • Fitting the new door and stained glass triple glazed units.


Before and After the Stained Glass Panels are Completed. 
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Before the project begins and the final result.
The Original Landing Stained Glass Panels.
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Two stained glass panels from a former landing window like many 1940s stained glass designs
Reduced in size, then encapsulated into double/triple glassed units, fitted to the side screens of the new front door.
Art work for the proposed new stained glass.
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Proposed artwork for the two new door panels to match the original 1940s panels either side. 
Detailed drawings for the proposed Hardwood door.
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Details for the proposed purpose made hardwood door.
 The New Stained Glass panels. 
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The finished project with the new stained glass panels matching seamlessly with the 1940s original stained glass panels.


Authentic Victorian traditional stained glass panels

Edwardian style traditional stained glass windows made to measure

Art Deco stained glass panels made to order

About Bryn Young

At the age of 15, during school summer holiday work experience in 1978, local glass company 'Monmouthshire Glass' gave me an insight to creative stained glass design. I still remember the fascination and thrill of discovering ancient stained glass techniques passed through generations, that could produce beautiful coloured stained glass windows, which designed and made correctly, could last for hundreds of years to come.

Following that summer, my final year in school could not pass quick enough, I had been offered an apprenticeship as 'leaded light maker' at Monmouthshire Glass in Newport, the desire to master an ancient craft of stained glass, something that I become so passionate for and still today 35 years on.

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4 Tan House Drive, Caerleon,

Newport, Gwent, South Wales. NP18 1BS