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Coriander Stained Glass – New Lease of Life for Edwardian Stained Glass Windows

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Hello! We hope everyone is having a lovely November! The stained glass lead lights like those in the pictures shown below are great at decorating Edwardian homes.  read More

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Recently, Coriander Stained Glass has been in Chiswick working on a beautiful 5 panel front door, it is of traditional Victorian geometric design, however, it uses blue bordering instead of the usual tradition of red and clear bordering. We also have two hand painted and kilned robins at the centre of the main panels in this stained glass window. These robins provide the central features for the main panels with the rest of the glass colours and textures broadly traditional. These details have created an amazing unique front door for this home in Chiswick.

 

Victorian Stained Glass
Victorian Stained Glass
Victorian Stained Glass

To view more of our Victorian Stained Glass, head over to our Victorian Stained Glass page and take a look at some of our lovely projects!

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We hope that everyone is having a lovely Autumn. Here at Coriander Stained Glass we have been working on some very interesting projects, including this beautiful Charles Rennie Mackintosh inspired stained glass window.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was an architect, designer and artist born in Glasgow, who is also well known for his designs of stained glass. Mackintosh is known for his masterpiece, the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) and his decorative floral designs. Our stained glass design combines the background geometric rectangles of different proportions with the curving stem and typical Mackintosh rose features. The glass colours and textures we have used on this design are contemporary, creating a fabulous looking front entrance to this London period home.

Edwardian/Art Nouveau Stained Glass

Edwardian/Art Nouveau Stained Glass

 

To view more stained glass like this, please visit our Edwardian/Art Nouveau Stained Glass gallery or our Art Deco/1930’s Stained Glass gallery.

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Welcome back to the Coriander Stained Glass blog! Today we have some Victorian geometric residential front entrances and some Edwardian restored stained glass to show you.

These Victorian geometric residential front entrances were fitted in homes in London and Reigate, Surrey. They replicate traditional designs with the individual customer’s choice of glass colours and textures.

Victorian Stained Glass

Victorian Stained Glass

 

 

Victorian Stained Glass

Victorian Stained Glass

 

Here are a couple of photographs of windows we recently made with a mixture of Edwardian restored stained glass and new traditional panels made to replicate the Edwardian style.

Edwardian/Art Nouveau Stained GlassEdwardian/Art Nouveau Stained Glass

 

To view more Victorian Stained Glass, please head over to our Victorian Stained Glass Gallery and to view more Edwardian Stained Glass, take a look at our Edwardian/Art Nouveau Stained Glass Gallery

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This recent project which was done for a home in Victoria Square, London by Coriander Stained Glass has modern geometrics. These use complimentary colours and contrasting textures, making interesting modern stained glass windows.

 Other Stained Glass

 

Other Stained Glass

 

Other Stained Glass

 

Other Stained Glass

 

You can find more examples of ‘Other Designs’ in the Other Stained Glass Designs page

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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

 

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We are very pleased that we are now restoring and making tradition stained glass lead lights at our Esher studio again.

 

We have been in this little shop by Esher Station now for 18 years making  and restoring many varied designs of residential and ecclesiastical  stained glass and leaded lights, this is also where we carry out restoration work on leaded lights for Hampton Court Palace and The Natural History Museum.

 

If you would like to  visit please give me a call on 02083981633, or email at info@corianderstainedglass.co.uk  as we are not yet open every day.

 

Jeremy – Coriander Stained Glass

 

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This week on the Coriander Stained Glass blog, we have some recent Art Deco/1930’s projects to share.

This is a 1930’s design we recently made and fitted in Morden, Surrey:

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

A 1930’s style fan using a more modern vibrant use of colours recently made and fitted in New Malden, Surrey:
Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

 

This is a front door panel in Sheen, London which has recently been restored:

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

 

These are internal borrowed lights made decorative with a stained glass 1930s fan design, to maximise the amount of light passing through we used a background of clear glass. 3 of these we recently made and fitted in a home in Thames Ditton, Surrey:

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

Art Deco/1930's Stained Glass

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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!