Victorian Stained Glassworks Privacy Policy

YOUR PRIVACY: We want to assure you that we take your privacy very seriously, just as we do our own.

YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION: We use the contact information that you provide to us in order to provide you the services you request — no more and no less. We assume that when you leave us a message, you really want us to respond to you (just like in real life). Bottom line: we're not in the business of harvesting your personal details and selling them off. We are in the business of delighting you, whether through creating enduring glass art for you, restoring an old or broken treasure, or teaching you how to do these things for yourself in one of our classes. We might ask to take a photo of our work when it's installed on location. There are many examples of these installations in our portfolio. If you're uncomfortable with photography around your business or residence, just let us know.

COOKIES: We do use cookies on our site so that we can get a sense of who visited, at what time of day, and so on. We do this for the legitimate business purpose of driving our financial decisions. If you have ever had to live within a budget, then you'll understand that we need to make wise use of our financial resources and focus our efforts where we can expect to receive the biggest reward. We might put up seasonal specials for gift buyers, or reach out to higher-earning professionals with advertising for custom-built windows. We do not use cookies to sell advertising on our site in order to boost our income. We hate intrusive ads just as much as you do, and want to respect your desire to view our artwork without distractions or popup videos.

CALIFORNIA CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION: All companies that serve California residents (that's us) and that have at least $25 million (definitely not us) in annual revenue must comply with the law. In addition, companies of any size that have personal data on at least 50,000 people (also not us) or that collect more than half of their revenues from the sale of personal data (not us; we don't sell your data), also fall under the law. In summary, the law doesn't apply to our business, because we are very small and we don't sell your data.