Custom Stained & Leaded Glass Windows
Creating Fine Architectural Art Glass Since 1979
Hand Crafted Windows
Each Pompei commission is handmade, drawing upon skills that date back to the 11th century. Stained glass designs include Victorian, Frank Lloyd Wright & Prairie, Arts & Crafts, Mission, and Craftsman styles, along with Contemporary and Abstract design themes.
–The Fusion of Design & Function
At Pompei Stained Glass the design of a window unites line, color and texture with the purposeful, artful, and magical potentials of light.
Our panels are made- to-order and may assume a vast range of expression and function ~ from obscuring an unsightly view to achieving maximum daylight while maintaining privacy; from transforming the mood of an entryway into one of stately elegance, to simply dressing up a window or portion of a room.
Hand Crafted Windows
Each Pompei commission is handcrafted drawing upon skills that date back to the 11th century. Stained glass styles include Victorian, Frank Lloyd Wright & Prairie, Arts & Crafts, Mission, and Craftsman styles, along with Contemporary and Abstract.
A Fusion of Design and Function
At Pompei Stained Glass the design of a stained glass window unites line, color and texture with the purposeful, artful, and magical potentials of light.
Our windows are custom made and may assume a vast range of expression and function ~ from obscuring an unsightly view to achieving maximum daylight while maintaining privacy; from transforming the mood of an entryway into one of stately elegance, to simply dressing up a window or portion of a room.
The design and fabrication of a stained glass window is a several-step process. During each step, you will work directly with Joseph Pompei, who will help direct you in the determination of a design, along with the selection of glass colors and textures.
What Makes a Pompei Creation Unique
- Made to your specific size, design and color palette requirements.
- Installs easily into most Andersen, Pella, Marvin, and other stock windows
- Each piece signed by Joseph Pompei
- Utilizes the centuries-old lead caming fabrication method
- Handcrafted in our Pompei studio at the Western Avenue Artists Studios campus in Lowel MA
- Heirloom-quality craftsmanship in every piece.
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Let’s Create a Stained Glass Window Together!
Have questions about where to start?
Contact Joe Pompei at 781.395.8867 or by email at email@example.com to initiate a discussion about your project. You will discuss your goals, design themes, color palette, privacy requirements, and budget.
Looking for design ideas?
We invite you to browse our Portfolio page (see below) and In-Stock Gallery page. You may also want to have a look at our Victorian and Frank Lloyd Wright window catalogs. Also, consider searching Houzz , Pinterest or Google Images for design ideas. Or, send us your design and we’ll work with you to turn your idea into a unique stained glass window.
We’ve created a new ‘easy’ Order Process!
Concerned that the window you order might not meet your expectations, with colors and a design which is different than you imagined? Our order process addresses those concerns. We’ve made it simple to order one of our windows from anywhere in the U.S. or Canada. With state of the art design software, we are able to create and email you visually realistic colorized design proofs and if you are unable to visit our studios will mail you a set glass samples at no cost (see above photo) View Order Process Details
View Our Portfolio Design Ideas
Recent Commissions of Note
These windows were inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Coonley Playhouse panels. Spanning a height of over eight feet, these somewhat whimsical windows provide a focal point with splashes of color and texture. They are located in a private residence in Texas.
The Bryan Museum in Galveston, Texas commissioned us to create new windows, including period stained glass treatments for their main entry, several transom windows, along with two 36″ x 80″ window panels (depicted above) with the museum name painted in the center medallion. The challenge was to create windows which after installed would appear to be original to their historic Gothic mansion built in 1894.