Restoration and conservation specialists

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Tel. (781) 760-7602 - email: info@serpentinostainedglass.com

Needham studio's restoration artistry shines across the country

by Susan Chaityn Lebovits - The Boston Globe December 20, 2007

by Janice O'Leary - The Boston Globe - October 29, 2006

A jigsaw puzzle of more than 4700 pieces, 880 of them broken -- has been put back together, and was unveiled last weekend at Mount Auburn Cemetery....

by Craig Salters - The Yarmouth Register - May 19, 2005

Roberto Rosa kneels three stories above the ground on scaffolding outside the Yarmouth New Church in Yarmouth Port. Oblivious to the height and the chilly spring weather, Rosa grabs a stained-glass window roughly the size of a small ironing board and positions it inside a window frame........

by Marc Parry, Staff Writer - Cape Cod Times - May 17, 2005


Yarmouthport- Roberto Rosa placed one blue-edged petal of the flower-shaped stained glass window into the wall. 


Then his voice boomed down into the church from his perch on a tower of scaffolding some 25 feet up in the air...........

by Matt McDonald - Boston Globe - January 9, 2005

From the beginning, Matthew Fallon was drawn in by color. "Glass is something that lives in light. And when light hits a glass   that's been designed by a master, it does something hard to describe. The color is very, very powerful," Fallon said...........

by Matt McDonald - Boston Globe - November 14, 2004

At this Needham studio, stained-glass artisans give new meaning to window treatment..........

by John Clayton - Manchester Union Leader - April 11, 2004

This is Easter, a time to celebrate the Resurrection, and in an old-world setting in Needham, Mass., skilled artisans are working to resurrect revered pieces of the past for Manchester’s Catholic Medical Center..........

by Roberto Rosa

 by Roberto Rosa - The Building Conservation Directory

December, 2004 When involved in the restoration and conservation of stained glass windows, it is of the utmost importance to retain as much as the original fabric as possible.........

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