New Haven, CT - Grand Light has been contracted by an upscale residence in White Plains New York to restore 8 large brass lamps which hang above a 126' indoor, Olympic sized swimming pool.
New Haven, CT - Grand Light has been awarded the contract for the historic lighting fixture restoration for two large cast bronze lighting fixtures located on the front entry of the New Haven County Courthouse.
New Haven, CT - Grand Light has completed the replication of the wall sconces for the White House Visitor Center, in Washington, D.C.
New Haven, CT - The final lighting fixture, fixture DA, as part of Malaga Cove's Library expansion has been fabricated and is entering it final stages of completion. All components were fabricated using aluminum which was spun on our custom made tools, and a custom opal stepped glass diffuser was made to fit on the bottom of the fixture. Every component of the fixture was custom fabricated to be historically accurate to the components as we were able to make them out using the submitted clients photograph.
New Haven, CT - Grand Light has been given the task for restoring the outdoor lighting fixtures of Edgerton Park in New Haven. They are the original fixtures to the historic park and have significant finish failure, missing glass, and missing are several components. There are a total of 5 Historic lanterns that will be restored by Grand Light and two that will be replicated to match originals that are currently missing. Phase one of the restoration begins with two of the seven lanterns which are located on the front entry columns and on on the inside of the entry gate column.
New Haven, Ct - Grand Light has been contracted to create 5 custom made acrylic chandeliers. The design was submitted by the architect and was fabricated by Grand Light based off of the overall concept.
New Haven, Ct - Grand Light has recently begun the restoration of the historic lighting fixtures of Sagamore Hill. Sagamore Hill was the home of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the
United States, from 1885 until his death in 1919. During Roosevelt's
time in office, his "Summer White House" was the focus of international
attention. The most significant events took place at Sagamore Hill
during the seven summers it served as Theodore Roosevelt's Summer White
House, from 1902 until 1908. During that time, Roosevelt used his home
to host luminaries from around the country and around the world.
New Haven, Ct - Grand Light has been selected to replicate the wall sconces in the White House Visitors Center in Washington DC. The sconces are being replicated for a current renovation to the visitors center. A total of eight of these fixtures will be made using cast brass and hand forged iron. The cast brass components will be antiqued to match the existing fixtures, and a black patina will be applied to the iron work which makes up the base of the fixture.
New Haven, Ct - Grand light was contacted by a client in Florida whom had asked if we could reproduce a chandelier that had been seen in a building for their residence. A photograph had been submitted and a reproduction of the chandelier had been designed specific to our clients needs.
New Haven, Ct - Grand Light has been contracted to recreate a 2 column mounted outdoor lighting fixtures for an upscale residence in Pittsburgh, PA. As a part of this project, original components were to be utilized in the fabrication of the new fixtures.
New Haven, CT - The Type DB, DD, and DE custom lighting fixtures and
fixture replications for the Magala Cove library in Palos Verdes are in
various stages of completion.
New Haven, CT - Grand Light has completed the fixture refurbishing, cleaning and modifications of the Philips Exeter Academy fixtures. These gorgeous pieces of historical art were repaired of all mechanical defects. All surfaces were chemically cleaned, and all scratches, gouges and cosmetic blemishes on the exterior of all fixtures were repaired. The glass was all uniformly matched and replaced along with new wires, sockets, socket supports with UL listed components.
You can see from the images below the Philips Exeter Academy fixtures will continue to add character and decor for years into the future.