d c stained glass, 11 Allhallows Lane, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4JH

Tel: 07890 840768


I am available at all times by appointment but please do call first.

I welcome commissions for stained and leaded glass windows and panels, bespoke sculptures and unique commemorative pieces and you will be made most welcome at my studio. Please phone to make arrangements to discuss.

I do have regular studio hours where you will find me at work on latest projects but it is better to call first. Especially if you are making a special trip as I occasionally have to close for site visits and other appointments and I would be sorry to miss you!

My shop window is always OPEN and displays what I currently have for sale. (My facebook page often has up to date pics).

I also often work from home on designs and drawings, but I live just a hop and a skip away so please just call my mobile number and I will be there in a flash.

Many thanks. I look forward to seeing you.


3 Responses to Contact

  1. Jim Ford says:

    Very, very nice work, Debbie!

    My wife used to make stained glass panels, before she got arthritis in her wrists.

    When I photographed her work I found the following set-up by far the most effective:

    Flash Diffuser Work Camera

    The remotely controlled flash fires through a circular white diffuser behind the stained glass panel towards the camera. Everything spaced 1 meter apart. This gives good, even backlighting with excellent contrast without front reflections, showing the colours at their best. It also gives the lead a nice solid black, again without reflections.

    Cheers, Jim

    • debbiesshed says:

      Thank you Jim for your lovely comments. I will pass your photographic tips by a friend as you have me confused. But good images can make or break a project so I will try and take your advice. Thanks, Debbie

  2. Linda Halliday says:

    Hi Debbie,
    I love your gallery Beautiful work .I purchased a curlew from you a while ago which I love You didn`t have a lovely shed then! . I am still dabbling a little in my own stained glass projects, but I am baffled as to how you attach your glass so beautifully to driftwood? 1`d love to pop in sometime when I am in Silverdale (we have a caravan in the area) Your work is amazing!!
    Regards, Linda Halliday

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