In 2015 we created this etched glass pub logo for the Crown Inn at Belton, Doncaster. The client requested 6mm toughened glass instead of the standard […]Continue reading »
Leadbitter Glass has created many bespoke glass panels for restaurants, stores, schools and churches over recent years. Company logo’s are a very popular request and we can immortalise almost any design in glass using our sandblasted glass technique.
We have created work for movie studios, large London department stores as well as small local businesses and schools.
In 2014 we were approached by Everest Commercial to create a pair of etched glass crucifix panels with a blue crucifix for the ‘Shield Of […]Continue reading »
In 2014 we were approached by Blackburn Marketing to create a commemorative etched glass plaque, recording a visit by Her Majesty The Queen to Blackburn town […]Continue reading »
We create many Etched Glass company logos for windows, doors or even staircases each year. The logo can be created with a sandblasted background with […]Continue reading »
In August 2013 we were approached to create a large Etched Glass company logo for the famous Liberty Of London store. The glass was created […]Continue reading »
In 2012 we were approached by a large London based contractor to create three large etched glass panels for a multi million pound development – […]Continue reading »
Our studio was recently approached by the Hatherop Castle School in Cirencester, Gloucestershire to create a bespoke sandblasted school glass logo featuring a sketch of […]Continue reading »
In late 2012 the Leadbitter Glass Studio was asked by a London design company to create 2 pieces of 6mm toughened etched glass for a […]Continue reading »
In 2012 we created two very large glass panels featuring the company logo of Reef Subsea. Reef Subsea are a leading supplier of specialist subsea […]Continue reading »