Tag: Grace Cathedral

  Last week, we completed installation of temporary glass in the 7 roses of the New Testament Window (#41) at Grace Cathedral.  This week we focus on the 5 tall, narrow spires called lancets below the roses. Each lancet is dedicated to an individual saint (Peter, James… John & Thomas), with Jesus in the center. Unlike […]

From the ground, a visitor to San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral will see beautiful, multi-colored stained glass windows. However, once those windows are removed from their stone niches, the crew at Nzilani see the windows in a much different light, literally.  Take for example the following panel, (the bottom of St. Thomas’s feet, of the New Testament):   […]

Grace Cathedral Extensively Restoring Stained Glass Windows We are so excited to announce that our work at Grace Cathedral has made it into the news! For a sneak peak of what Nzilani will be working on until March 2016, watch the video above, or click the link. We hope to do another in progress news segment […]

Nzilani continues to be excited with our new project at Grace Cathedral. We are overjoyed with our spread in the San Francisco Chronicle this week, which shows a sneak peak on site and in the studio.

About half a year ago; we were contacted by Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. They had received a gift from an anonymous donor who had earmarked the funds to go towards the preservation of the building, particularly the windows. We recommended surveying all 66 art glass windows before we embarked on any work.There are two main […]