This stately home located on Lac Labelle in Wisconsin, believed to have been built by George Wilsey some time between 1888-1890, has undergone much restoration.
One of the home’s most recognizable features is the large beautiful stained glass window in the reception room. These stained glass windows, which can be seen from the street, are one of the original elements in the home and gives it its distinctive style
was delighted to assist the current owners Dick and Mary Jane Kamber in the restoration of these beautiful stained glass windows. Original to the home, the windows were removed and meticulously restored by our specialized craftsmen in our Studios. The windows were then transported back to the Kamber home and re-installed into frames that had been restored or replaced.
Click to read June 2005 news story covering Oakbrook Esser
and The Kamber House.