Scott’s, Richmond

Whittaker Avenue,



Tony Sandles Glass was commissioned to create over 100 sqm of gilded aluminium leaf mirror panels for the walls and window reveals in the ground floor restaurant and entrance lobby. They are examples of a very labour-intensive process in which individual leaves of extremely thin metal leaf are applied by hand to large panels of glass, creating a softly reflective mirrored effect.

We worked with the designers, Cantor Masters, to help create this very elegant space. The mirrors we made have a soft brilliance benefitting from the natural light from the riverside location and reflected light from the crystal chandeliers.  The bright and colourful artwork hung on the mirrored walls completed the luxurious look.

The entry doors to the ground and first floor restaurants were glazed with our kiln-formed glass, toughened for safety, and pastel shades of laminated textured border glass created an added element of luxury.

The vanity walls in both the Ladies and Gents were treated with our bespoke antique mirrors. We created a new silver and gold pattern especially for this project.


Previously, in the sister restaurant – Scott’s in Mount Street, Mayfair,  we created quite a different look for the cosy ground floor private dining room, completely covering the walls with golden antiqued mirrors and cast glass. We specialise in producing an eclectic mix of bespoke handcrafted glass and mirrors.