Soane Museum: new window for the Tivoli Recess, cartooned and painted by Jonathan Cooke 2012

See Jonathan at work on the project  

Opening up the Soane

Part 1 "Restoring the Recesses"

Much of our work is the conservation and restoration of ecclesiastical stained glass throughout the UK and Channel Islands.  

We also undertake projects for the National Trust and museums countrywide. Clients include Oxford Museum of Modern Art, Leeds Museums, Salford Museum, the Bowes Museum, the Durham Museum and Heritage Centre, Cartwright Hall, Cliffe Castle Museum, Manx Museum, Soane Museum, William Morris Gallery, Royal Academy of Dance,  David Parr House, Jersey Heritage and the Glass Rainbow Trust (Jersey).

From our North Yorkshire workshop, we also offer a full restoration and design service for domestic projects in north and west Yorkshire, and east Lancashire. 


We offer a comprehensive service: surveys, all aspects of glass conservation and restoration as well as protection of vulnerable glass. We have a long history of working collaboratively on significant projects and are also commissioned by other studios to undertake new designs and restoration painting.

St Dysmas, David Parr House.jpg

In 2019,  Jonathan was commissioned to conserve the original panel depicting St Dysmas and to create this replica which is displayed in the dining room of the David Parr house