Grand Light is manufacturing several massive custom chandeliers & pendant lights for Yale Divinity School, located in New Haven, Connecticut.
Grand Light is restoring large cast iron exterior lighting standards and a cast iron street clock from the New London City Hall. Metal components will be media blasted, primed, and painted along with multiple applications of a UV resistance protective lacquer top coat for a Verdi antique bronze finish.
Grand Light is restoring large bronze pendant light and ceiling mount historic interior lighting fixtures from Yale University's Sterling Memorial Library Manuscripts & Archives located in New Haven, Connecticut.
Grand Light was selected to refinish the massive courthouse doors. These giant cast and plate doors are over 8 ft tall and are estimated to weigh well over 800 pounds each. The restoration of these doors included repairing and filling holes, removing all aged finish, and an application of a new custom red rust patina.
Grand Light was selected fabricate replications of a historic wall sconce based on a 1910 photograph for the Wadsworth Atheneum. The original 1910 photograph was used to scrupulously design the details and dimensions to match the original fixture.
Grand Light was selected for design and fabricate lanterns that compliment the surroundings and remain true to the ambiance created by the existing architecture; Designed for both aesthetic appeal and for durability,
Grand Light designed and tested a custom QL induction lighting system retrofit kit for 232 historic luminaires, manufactured by Frink Electric which have a complex reflector and lens system to direct high-intensity incandescent light to the pews 100 feet below at the St Joseph's Cathedral in Hartford, CT.
Grand Light was selected to manufacture several custom designed outdoor lighting fixtures which were installed on poles throughout the downtown section of the town.
Grand Light replicated a wrought iron and cast bronze fixture and created custom cut glass globes to replace existing plastic globes through out the building. Grand Light replicated thirteen fixtures in total which matched the original fixtures that we said to have been manufactured by Samuel Yellen.
Grand Light replicated one of the existing historic pendant light fixtures which is original to the architecture of the building. The pendant is a spun, tapered aluminum, shade which was anodized further enhancing the characteristics to the hand spun part.