Rambusch is the sole survivor of the many Manhattan arts and crafts firms producing stained glass in the early 1900s. Our glass artists employ the same time-honored techniques of their forebears, etching, tracing, matting and shading, sculpting, staining, painting and assembling in our 5,000 square-foot glass studio. They are well prepared to handle nearly any size project for religious or secular environments, whether a new commission, repair or conservation. The studio holds thousands of glass sheets on hand in a library of opal, mouth-blown and machine made selections from international sources. With two computerized kilns, the Rambusch glass studio has the capability to move through several projects simultaneously, maintaining the same level of creativity, attention to detail, and overall excellence with which we began over a century ago.