Slag glass lamp repair
by Len Daley











Repairing antique lamps with museum quality restoration - SINCE  1978

-Stained Glass lamp repairs
-White metal repairs
-Electrical replacement parts and repairs

 My studio is in Tiverton Rhode Island just north of Newport. It is a great area full of artists, craftsman, vineyards, farmland and antique shops. The studio stocks over 600 colors of glass, with some of the rarest textures and styles made over 100 years ago by Wismach Glass and Kokomo Glass.

Ownership of an antique lamp sometimes carries a lot of pride and responsibility over the years. A client will often express in-depth knowledge about their lamp when it arrives for restoration. Many will show me black and white pictures from a photo album with their antique lamp in the background. When clients describe their lamp they start by saying "this has been in my family for many years".   My portfolio is broad, from a lighting fixture in Korea to the Christian Science Center in Boston. You can browse and enjoy some of the past projects by clicking on the pictures below.

Antique dealers       Historical lighting contractors       Municipal and government building maintenance       Custom lighting designers

I can best help you after you email pictures
To complete your quote for restoration if you include the following.
Pictures of both the inside and outside - the size -number of broken pieces - metal issues and your address for return shipping.
I will include suggestions and comments along with links regarding shipping and packaging.

Contact: Email Len.Daley@yahoo.com
Phone: 508-580-1220 (non text line)


Or click on the picture to email me.

Basic Pricing
  • Custom Mold $125
  • Bent Glass Panels $85
  • Metal work $65 hr.
  • Plus Return Shipping
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Boxing
All lamps should be packaged with care.  After evaluating your pictures I will quickly send you a quote for restoration.  If the quote is acceptable I will include a work order PDF form to put in your box.  I will also send you instructions and pictures on how to safely box your slag glass  lamp.