Our history dates back to 1328 and our Royal Charter was originally granted by Charles l in 1638. Being dedicated to the preservation of stained glass and the skills necessary to produce this beautiful art form, our members range from highly skilled crafts people to those who simply enjoy an involvement in our worthy and important cause. We offer both individual and corporate membership packages with great benefits including opportunities to participate in events such as lectures and cultural events.

Raymond Bradley

Ray Bradley developed his initial interest in stained glass during his second year at Wimbledon School of Art, spent the following two years specializing for his National Diploma and also gained admission to the stained glass department at the Royal College of Art, London under Lawrence Lee, Past Master of the Glaziers Company.

During his three years at the RCA Ray developed an interest in a broader use of glass as an art form, in context with its variable applications to current developments in architecture and the built environment.

Ray then established his own studio in West London and since then has considerably extended his knowledge and approach to glass, working with it in different ways and in many situations. He has designed and produced commissioned works using glass in two and three-dimensional form, for public, private, religious and secular architectural spaces in England, Europe, Africa, the Middle and Far East and Australasia.

In 2003 Ray formed a creative partnership with Denise Mt Basso, one of his last students at Chelsea College of Art and Design, where he had been visiting glass tutor for the previous 10 years. Denise was successful in the Glaziers Steven’s competition award in each of her three years at Chelsea: commended in 2001, second in 2002 and equal first in 2003. Ray became an Artist Freeman of the Glaziers Company in 2005.

Ray and Denise now work together as the partnership Bradley.Basso. Additional information can be found on their web sites: