Category: Edwardian Stained Glass

Here, we have an interesting window to show. The stained glass we have fitted into this Edwardian front door in SW20 replicates the original design in this conservation area, we were able to use some of the old stained glass and mixed it with reproduction glass to create new traditional panels in the old door that fits the character of the house and marrys to other glass in the street.

View from the outside:

Edwardian/Art Nouveau Stained Glass

View from the inside:

Edwardian/Art Nouveau Stained Glass

 

Here are some pictures of a recent project done here at Coriander Stained Glass. These two interesting bent stained glass lead lights were made from a mixture of original Edwardian glass and reproduction and fitted to an oriel window in a Wimbledon conservation area.

View from the inside:

Edwardian Stained Glass

View from the outside:

Edwardian Stained Glass

 

We thought the bent style of the window made it very interesting and it looks beautiful!

Welcome back to the Coriander Stained Glass blog.

We hope you have had a good Summer. However it is soon to come to an end and we could not be more excited for Autumn and the projects to come!  This is our latest Victorian style stained glass front entrance fitted yesterday in a home in Wimbledon SW19.

Victorian Stained Glass

These are two restored Victorian door panels in St. Margarets, Twickenham.

Victorian Stained Glass

To view more Victorian Stained Glass projects, please take a look at our Victorian Stained Glass page.

 

 

This is a new Edwardian Stained Glass front entrance in Southfields, London, SW18. More Edwardian Stained Glass projects can be found in our Edwardian/Art Nouveau Stained Glass page.

 

Edwardian Stained Glass