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.
Grand Light restored a large centerpiece crystal chandelier which included replication of crystal chains that were missing on the lower tier of the chandelier, modification to the up light, stripping and re-finishing of the long decorative brass chain and minor structural mechanical repairs.
Grand Light was selected to completely restore and modify a large number of the original fixtures from Morse & Stiles Colleges. These fixtures included multiple bronze sconces, bronze chandeliers, exterior poles and luminaires, library lights, and numerous massive bronze outdoor lighting fixtures.
Grand Light was selected to restore the original wood chandeliers and wall sconces from the second floor of the library. Many of the original ornate resin filigree details were broken/missing which required the fabrication of new, replicated components.
Grand Light restored a massive aging chandelier which included the correcting of major mechanical defects causing 1" of sag on the bronze upper ring. Custom structural steel braces were designed and fabricated to eliminate all current and future sag in this fixture.
After the ceiling of the Orford Congregational Church collapsed, Grand Light was selected to restore an original Gothic revival style gas dodecagon chandelier from the mid 1800's while updating the original gas components to electricity.
Grand Light was selected to restore seven original exterior lanterns upgrade the existing lamps with modern fluorescent lighting technology. The original finish was removed to prepare the surface for a satin black refinish in addition to replacement frosted seedy glass panels.