I am quietly proud of this repair. The window was broken in several ways. There was a considerable amount of glass broken so that it was not weather tight. There were some very amateur repairs with glass that was too small and held in place with "sticky-backed plastic". The tie wires were mostly broken. There were a large number of broken solder joints.
All this meant that the panel had to be taken out of the opening and repaired on the bench. It also made it easier to repair the complicated shapes. However, as soon as it was inspected on the bench, it became clear the whole panel needed re-leading as most joints were broken. The client agreed that this could be done, as there was going to be little additional expense.
This photo was taken on a very sunny evening, so it washes out a lot of the intense red at the top of the panel. I had to replace almost every transparent piece of glass and I am pleased that it is very difficult to tell which are the original and which the new. I kept all the opalescent glass, as it forms a large part of the panel's character. Where they were broken, I edge glued them together with Araldite 20/20 epoxy resin.
I think the outside looks really good now too.
It sits in its stone casing to the left of the front door, reflecting back the light according to the textures that are on the inside of each piece. Fortunately the client likes the result too.