For owners of religious, secular, municipal and residential stained glass. 


Serving private clients, religious institutions, studios and museums.

How We Work

The major tenet of this conservation practice, and one that informs all we do, is every object must be assessed on its own merits, and treatment tailored to the unique needs of each one. Each window we care for, in any capacity, will receive an individualized assessment aimed at finding and reaching the best possible conservation outcome. These assessments take into account the window (or windows), its size, setting, techniques used, condition and location, as well as the conservation requirements of all aspects of the buildings and surrounding elements. Additionally, we always seek to work cooperatively with all parties involved in a project -- from stakeholders to architects, conservation experts to community members -- to come to an ideal and and effective conservation result, while consistently remaining an advocate for the needs of your stained glass. 

We are committed to actively pursuing the highest of ethical principles in everything we do. This includes following the ethical and practical guidelines of the Corpus Vitrearum (the international body for research into stained glass history, technique and conservation), the International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC), the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC), the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, and the international charters on the conservation of historic properties. 

Daniella Peltz Stained Glass provides a comprehensive set of services to the owners of stained glass windows. These include anything from photography to work specifications, conservation and restoration of old windows to the design and fabrication of new windows. A full list is available on our 'Services' page.

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© 2017 by Daniella Peltz. All images © D. Peltz 2017 unless otherwise indicated.

(917) 754-5225

Nativity Window

Detail, The Inn with camels. St. Ann and the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, NY, W.J. Bolton, 1844-48.