Here at Coriander Stained Glass we’ve been busy working away on our latest projects.  We’ve collected a few snaps to give you a taster of the projects we’ve been working on.

Coriander Stained Glass, Edwardian lead light

The above picture shows an Edwardian door panel from Astonville Street, Southfields that we have stripped of its’ lead structure and built a new one replacing broken glass in the process.  The picture shows the lead joints being soldered together.  The next step is to cement the light which is the sealing process before being fitted back into the door.  For more pictures and information on this next part of the process, take a look at our post from August 27th 2012.

If you’ve an idea for an Edwardian lead light you’d like us to fit in your home, take a look at our Edwardian gallery for more ideas and inspiration.

Coriander Stained Glass - Edwardian

The above picture shows a traditional rectangular lead light under construction at our Wimbledon shop.  This is one of ten lead lights for an Edwardian home in Wimbledon park.  As each glass pane is individual it is impossible to get completely flat next to its’ adjacent pane, however when fitted it will give a glistening reflection as light rebounds off the glass at different angles.  This is a lovely characteristic only achieved by traditionally made lead lights.

Coriander Stained Glass Edwardian Renovation

To continue with the Edwardian theme, here we have a picture of two stained glass panels being renovated for an Edwardian house in New Malden.

Coriander Stained Glass Victorian Entrance

And finally, this picture was taken in our shop before installation, of a Victorian front entrance toplight that we have restored.  For more ideas and inspiration on Victorian lead lights take a look at our Victorian gallery. 

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