Grand Light restored the outdoor lighting fixtures of Edgerton Park in New Haven. These lanterns are the original fixtures to this historic park and had significant finish failure, missing glass, and several components. Two lanterns were replicated to match originals that are currently missing.
Grand Light restored and replicated a large outdoor lantern and post for the Shrine of the Miraculous Medal in Philadelphia, PA. The restoration of these luminaires required media blasting, the addition of new copper tabs, rewiring, and a powder coat matte black textured refinish.
Grand Light restored historic fixtures for Sigma Phi Fraternity at Cornell University Campus in Ithica, NY. There are several different types of fixtures including chandeliers, wall sconces, ceiling mounted fixtures and outdoor lanterns.
Grand Light custom designed and fabricated lighting fixtures for Port Arthur School of Performing Arts. This project required 10 large, energy efficient flush mount fixtures and 5 pendant lights with similar design.
Grand Light's restoration specialists worked on over a hundred indoor and outdoor fixtures of various sizes which included extensive metal reshaping, refinishing, fabrication of custom intricate glass panes, and the rewiring and utilization of UL listed components.
Grand Light restored the interior wall sconces, ceiling gas chandeliers, and table lamps. The restoration of these historic fixtures included cleaning and repairing any minor flaws, the conversion from gas to electric lighting, the addition of custom escutcheons, and light burnishing of existing patina to achieve desired finish.
Grand Light restored interior and exterior historic luminaries for Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, NH. All of these fixtures were cleaned and the original finishes were conserved. All of the fixtures received repairs to mechanical defects and were rewired to UL standards utilizing modern lamping technologies.
Grand Light was selected to restore and repair an antique chandelier for the Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown, NY after an untimely accident caused extensive damage to the crystal arms, the chandelier's steel structure, nickel finished components, and electrical workings.
Grand Light restored a crystal chandelier for the Minute Man National Historical Park. Missing glass globes with intricate patterns and broken glass arms were replicated as well as eight large crystal chains with baguette, octagon, and heavy plain spearhead crystal pendalogues.
Grand Light was selected to completely restore a large number of the original fixtures from the building, one large 60″ pendant, including nine small flushmounts, eighteen large flushmounts, five smaller pendants, and dozens of sconces.