We are fortunate in our Greater Cincinnati – Northern Kentucky area to have a rich cultural heritage of many arts and particularly of stained glass. Most of the stained glass in this area was made by the German immigrants who established these cities.
Five blocks away from Kaleidoscope Stained Glass we boast of one of the largest stained glass windows in the world. This window in the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption is a replica of a window in the Cathedral of Notre Dame.
As these early Cincinnati area artists completed their churches they looked forward to embellishing grand homes with the stained and art glass of which they became masters.
For over 30 years Kaleidoscope Stained Glass has been the leader in caring for the stained glass treasures of the Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana areas. Each year we are called upon by churches, corporations and private collectors to evaluate the condition of their stained glass and to provide our professional services concerning their repair, restoration and protection.
Our recent treasures include a window of Abraham Lincoln that we restored after a fire. This was one of three windows that pictured Lincoln while he was still alive. The other two windows are located at the Smithsonian Museum and Cornell University.