Jack Carrick is an English entrepreneur and engineer based in East Sussex. He is the founder and managing director at The Lamp Workshop, a high-end lighting, chandeliers, and lamp repairing and restoration business. Carrick is skilled in electrical restoration, CAD design, lamp making, and engineering and is known to have worked with high-profile clients such as Sotheby's and the US ambassadorial residence in London.
Jack Carrick founded The Lamp Workshop which consists of himself, his father, and two brothers; a small team of dedicated craftsmen who undertake projects such as on-site chandelier restoration in London and across the UK, and workshop-based repairs, rewiring, and restorations too. The quality of work and customer service ethos is what have made it the go-to company for antique chandelier restoration and lamp rewiring London-wide and across the UK.
Jack's father Glen joined the business in 2007 after spending three decades with Collier and Webb bespoke lamp makers, using the skills and experience he developed during his forty-year career as an engineer. Jack's father’s work can be seen at many historic sites across the world, including some of the UK’s royal palaces!
Jack's brother Glen apprenticed to his father and is now a skilled engineer in his own right. Glen junior specialises in lantern making, and the design and sympathetic restoration of chandeliers, lamps, and other forms of lighting. Jack's brother Bruce is a CAD designer, CNC machinist, and operator while Jack takes care of the electrical restoration and rewiring side of things, as well as managing customer liaison.
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