York Glaziers Trust is the oldest and largest specialist
stained glass conservation studio in Britain.
YGT is a charitable trust dedicated to the care and
conservation of historic stained glass in York Minster
and throughout the UK. Discover more
In the past 40 years, York Glaziers Trust has been involved in a range projects all over Britain, working on glass from the 12th to the 20th centuries, in parish churches, cathedrals, museums and stately homes. This activity has been in addition to the significant and continuing body of work done for York Minster including the conservation of the Great East Window. Read more about the York Glazier Trust's national projects here:
The Chapel, Trinity College, Oxford, 1885-6
The chapel of Trinity College, Oxford, rebuilt 1691-94, was glazed between 1885 and 1886 by the firm of James Powell and Sons, one of Victorian England's best and most prolific stained glass companies.
The Chapel, Oundle School, Northamptonshire 1954-56
John Piper (1903-92) is widely recognised as the most important post-war exponent of stained glass in Britain. His three windows for Oundle School of 1954-56, fabricated by Patrick Reyntiens, were his first stained glass commission.