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Sunday, December 06, 2009

Fun with stained glass.




A recent job for 16 small windows
for the corners of four doors led
to this stained glass photo
opportunity.

Rearanging the little panels like
this is a bit like arranging
flowers I guess.
The beauty is allready there.
All that is needed is a small
adjustment to fit the mood one
is in.

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Monday, September 14, 2009

Logo Dangles



Still hot, just out of the kiln.

These Logo Dangles are an extremely powerful
way to attract some attention to your business.

At about 17cm in diameter, hanging in the window
on a suction cup for example, they are guaranteed to
make heads turn.

Although Little Oak glass brings them to you as
Logo Dangles, clearly they can contain any information.

For website promotion, a thank you gift or baby name and
date of birth, house number or just to say Welcome at
entering a door, any image and text can be painted on glass.

Just ask us, and we will be happy to give you a quote.

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Friday, June 19, 2009

Celtic knots.


Some knot work for a window in Tralee.

The fire painting on glass of Celtic knot work
is a delightful exercise.
If kept simple it is very manageable.
However, complicated designs are rather mind boggling.

Whatever way, it seems allways worth
including knot work in a window in the end.

Although not glass related, for great knot work
have a look here.

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Monday, May 25, 2009

All season flowers



These randomly arranged, roughly fire painted flowers feature in the dome of a garden arch.
The curly whirls in between them give the whole thing a distinct garden feel.
It is the same design as in one of our bigger lampshades.
In the arch however the daylight has full reign.

Colours have been kept deliberately earthy and subdued
to allow the natural colours in the garden to dominate.

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Sunday, May 24, 2009

Any image on glass.



Do you have a photo of your favourite pet?

Or maybe you are in to motorbikes or boats.
Your family home or your own home.
Your preferred place on the beach or even your workplace.

A great present to give as well.

Little Oak Glass is able to put any image on glass!

Make contact with us and we can give you a quote.

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Wednesday, May 20, 2009


Residential stained glass.

One of the great things in this business is meeting clients for the first time. There might be a bit of uncertainty as to what the stained glass product should look like in the end.

On the one hand that's great, because it means clients are open to all
kinds of suggestions and there might be great space for new ideas.
On the other hand it can sometimes be difficult for people to make
up their mind as to what a finished product should look like.

We in Little Oak Stained Glass understand how difficult this can be.
After all, stained glass is made to last and if all is well it should
provide years and years of value for the customer.
That's why we have developed a way of gently assisting people in making
the right decision. No worries, no hassle.

Of course the gallery on our website is a great way for orientation.
But sometimes more is needed to discover people’s preferences.

A substantial checklist of likes and dislikes is drawn up together with
the client with on the spot sketches and designs at hand.
A further magnificent exploratory tool is the PC.
Designs are still made the old fashion way, with paper and pencil.
Then photos of the actual situation can be manipulated.
We introduce glass designs into the photos which gives a fairly accurate image
and in turn this gives the client a good feel of the overall
finished product.
It goes without saying that this process equally works via email if travelling is not practical.

To get things right from start to finish is as important to us as it is for our customers.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Welcome!!
Little Oak stained Glass Studio intends to use the news section to inform the
public about the latest developments regarding Little Oak, give additional information on
products, and provide stuff of interest for those who are interested
in stained glass in general.

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