Cannon-MacInnes Stained Glass
When the experts in the Stained Glass industry specify us as their
preferred supplier of frames for Stained Glass display, you know you're doing things
Rab MacInnes and Linda Cannon are very experienced in restoring and creating Stained Glass.
This project was quite a simple one for us - "Make a support frame to allow us to transport and display our
finished restoration". Linda knows it's what we do as a standard.
But what about the clever work that is going on before we are entrusted
to supply the frame....
Have a look
at the Cannon-MacInnes Stained Glass
website to see just how
meticulous the whole restoration process is:-
And here is our support frame to protect all that hard work and the
No adhesives or welds are ever used as these might
the integrity of the long term protection of the Stained Glass.
The paint is powder coating for its logevity and inert qualities.
The frame is made of lightweight aluminium alloy for strength, lightness and again, inert
The bars holding the Stained Glass in place are called clamp
Below is the detail in the corner of the frame.
The frame from the front. Not a lot to see, but that's the whole point!
These images courtesy of Cannon-MacInnes Stained