It is an artisanal and traditional workshop where they carry out copies, restoration and designs of lamps, lanterns and stained glass windows, apart from other pieces linked to lighting and decoration both for the outside and the inside. They work with different textures and colours for glass as well as different metals such as tinplate, zinc, copper, lead and tin.
After drawing the motives on metal sheets, they carry out the techniques of embossment and chiselling, giving shape and volume to the material. For this purpose they use cutters, burins, scissors, hammers and chisels, among other manual tools.
For the coloured finishing of the pieces they use pigments to give different tones to the original colour, to give it an aged appearance or to varnish or gild them.
The craft has been taught from fathers to sons, from one generation to the next.
Course on glass painting at the Real Fábrica de Vidrio of La Granja, in Segovia.
Restoration of the lanterns for the Palace of El Pardo, the Palace of Oriente, the Monastery of El Escorial, the Real Fábrica de La Granja, the Palace of Aranjuez, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, among others.