I create a wide variety of stained glass pieces – from small decorative or commemorative panels to full sets of window or door panels to fit different spaces.
The picture gallery below show example commissions undertaken over the last 10 years, each with their own unique design and brief.
Find out how to commission your own stained glass piece below and read testimonials from past projects.
Please note I will be on maternity leave from July 2021, so will not be taking any new commissions until spring 2022.
How to Commission a stained glass piece
If you are interested in commissioning a stained glass piece to fit a designated space or as a sun catcher, these are the steps I normally follow:
1. If you are local (Devon), I will make an appointment to visit you to discuss your requirements, sizing and initial design. If you live further afield or are commissioning a smaller sun catcher, we can start the design process using email, phone or post. This is free of charge.
2. Based on our initial conversation, I will provide you with options for design layouts in the form of rough sketches, with an estimated price range for each one.
3. Once you have chosen a design idea, and if you are happy to proceed, I will make a more detailed sketch of your chosen design and we can discuss the glass colours for your panel. I will then produce a formal quotation which includes materials. At this stage I ask for a deposit payment of 35% of the total cost to confirm the order.
4. Upon receipt of the deposit, I will draw up the full size plans to scale and will double check final measurements before staring the making process.
5. Making time is usually 12 - 24 weeks, depending on workload. For large projects the timescale may be longer. On larger commissions, I will require a mid-way payment of 30%, and the final payment of 35% will be due upon completion of the piece.
6. Once the windows are ready, larger panels can be hand-delivered to you at a cost depending on where you live, or you are welcome to collect them. Smaller sun catchers can be posted to you via Royal Mail's Tracked and Signed service.
You will need to arrange for a carpenter of your choice to fit the window, door or panel. I cannot accept reponsibility for any damage caused during installation, or in transportation if collecting the item yourself.
Prices for stained glass can vary enormously depending on the complexity of the design, type and colour of glass used and how much glass painting is involved. You can expect to pay anywhere between £150 - £800 per square foot / 30 cm square.
For commissions there is a minimum order value of £150. Delivery and/or fitting costs are extra.
“I received the most beautiful birthday present from my children of a fabulous panel Maya did based of one of my photographs of the Lambourn valley. Thank you so much for such a lovely interpretation. It was a surprise and a big thrill…It is hanging in the window right in front of the chair I sit in most often and is a joy every time I look up!” Frank Dernie, Oxfordshire - Lamborn valley landscape sun catcher
"I just wanted to tell you how thrilled I am with the lamp...you have done exactly what was in my mind, we have her on her own table in our new room and she looks a million dollars. Thank you so much!" Sharon, Exeter - art deco lamp
“We were overjoyed which the stained glass piece Maya crafted for us, it exceeded all expectations. She was friendly and professional to deal with and we can’t recommend her highly enough. Thanks we enjoy it every day!” Chris, York - fern transom for garden
" I am so happy! Got home early enough from work to enjoy the stained glass mountain scene in the sunlight and I'm amazed how it takes on another beauty when the lights come in at night." Sharyn, South Oxfordshire - mountain sun catcher
“I love the way my stained glass boat hanging contains so much movement, healing to the wind, crashing through the beautiful coloured waves. This brings me so many wonderful memories of exploring by boat. When the sun shines through it there’s an added bonus of reflections around the room. Thank you Maya!” Ellie, South Devon - sailing boat sun catcher