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Coriander Stained Glass are very pleased to announce the third and final installment of our Peter Pan series of videos is finally ready to view!

We now have a home for this video project and all our upcoming video projects over on our Videos page, so be sure to check back regularly for our latest videos.

If you have any requests for what you’d like to see in a video project – whether it’s part of the painting process, cutting the glass, or even the installment, then we’d love to hear from you either via email, Facebook or Twitter.

Here is the third and final video in the Peter Pan series.  This stained glass window was made for the recently opened Children’s Memorial Garden at the South West Middlesex Crematorium, a project which could not have been made possible without the hard work and dedication of head gardener, James New.

We hope you’ve enjoyed following this series of videos as much as we’ve enjoyed making them – check back soon for more video projects like this!

And finally for today – something for all the animal lovers!  We’ve recently been taking on a lot more hand painted work, and what better way to immortalise your beloved friend than with a beautiful piece of stained glass.

We can create the painting from your favourite photos of your pet, just give us a call or pop in to our Wimbledon shop and we’d be happy to discuss your ideas.

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That’s it for today, but check back soon for more of our latest projects!

Here at Coriander Stained Glass we are delighted to share with you pictures from the opening ceremony of the Children’s Memorial Garden at the South West Middlesex Crematorium that took place yesterday, Saturday 8th December 2012.

The beautiful garden features our “Peter Pan” window and soon we will be uploading the third and final installation of our Peter Pan series of videos over the coming days.

First of all, some pictures from yesterday’s opening ceremony.

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Coriander Stained Glass Peter Pan Window

Head gardener, James New, with two of the Coriander Stained Glass team, Jeremy & Margaret.

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Children's Memorial Garden Opening Ceremony

Head gardener James New, who lead the project and raised over £15,000 for the project to come to life, seen here giving a speech to thank all of those involved.

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Doves

A beautiful addition to the ceremony was the releasing of a small flock of doves.
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It was a wonderfully fitting addition to the ceremony for this special garden, all about remembering lost children.

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Children's Memorial Garden cutting the ribbon

The garden was officially opened with the cutting of ribbon and after a few speeches everyone was welcomed to go in and have a look.

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Coriander Stained Glass Peter Pan window final

And finally, the completed Peter Pan window in place in the garden.

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We’ve still been busy in the run up to Christmas, and we are currently working on several projects.

Glass Painting

In this picture you can see our glass painter Margaret is producing some traditional designs for a front door in Bletchingley, Surrey.

Decorative Stained Glass

Here one of our lead light makers is putting together some stained glass to be used as decorative secondary glazing in a Kensington appartment.

That’s it for today but check back next week for the final installment of the Peter Pan videos, and an Edwardian restoration project we have been working on, too.

If you’re thinking about a Stained Glass Window for your home head over to our stained glass portfolio pages where you can find inspiration covering a range of eras.

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At Coriander Stained Glass we’ve been busy working on a number of projects.

Soon we will be updating the third and final part of of our Peter Pan Stained Glass window series of videos so stay tuned for that!

Here’s some recent projects we;ve been working on:

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This lovely comissions has just been completed in a Victorian home in Chiswick, South West London.  We have taken elements of the design from other stained glass in the property and used sympathetic traditional stained glass colours and textures to create these four door panels whichlook fabulous as the focal point of the house and totally in keeping with the other stained glass in this and the neighbouring homes.

For more ideas and inspiration for Victorian Stained Glass windows take a look at our Stained Glass Portfolio.  You can also some of our design sketches on our Stained Glass Design pages.

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Victorian Stained Glass

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Victorian Stained Glass 2This next image shows a restored Victorian window comprising of several glass panels with sidelights that we have restored for a home in Wimbledon. The ruby red border is a typical attribute of the Victorian style.

 

 

 

 

 

 

We’ll be adding more work over the next few days, so check back soon, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

Here at Coriander Stained Glass we are very excited to announce that the Peter Pan window is finally in!  The Children’s Memorial Garden at the South West Middlesex Crematorium has not yet been officially opened but the sun was shining yesterday when we were there for the installation.

We’ve a few shots to give you an idea of the look of this beautiful little garden, but we won’t reveal a full size image of the final Peter Pan window until we have a snippet of the third and final video to show you along side it.

Peter Pan Stained Glass Window

The window is backed by two layers of safety glass.  This is the window as seen from the outside of the garden.  The beautiful quotes on the walls were painted by Brush Strokes and are quotes from the children’s novel, Peter Pan.

Coriander Stained Glass Peter Pan window installation

Inside the garden are more quotes and star plaques that families can sponsor to remember a loved one.

Coriander Stained Glass Peter Pan window little squirrel

There’s lots of stunning little details on the finished window, like this little squirrel, and these two little children, admiring the statue of Peter Pan.

Coriander Stained Glass peter pan window children

We hope you’ve enjoyed this sneak preview and look out for the short video we will uploading over the next few days – it will be a preview of the third and final video in our Peter Pan video series and as well as the installation will also document the opening ceremony.  We will upload a photo of the completed window, which will become part of our Other Stained Glass Designs gallery.

You can also follow the progress of the video on Facebook and Twitter

Here at Coriander Stained Glass we’ve made the final touches to our Peter Pan window for the new Children’s Memorial Garden that will be unveiled soon at the South West Middlesex Crematorium.  The project at the crematorium is lead by head gardener, James New.

Check back soon for our third and final video which will show the installation of the window at South West Middlesex Crematorium as well as the opening ceremony of the Children’s Memorial Garden.

You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter

Coriander Stained Glass are very excited to present you with the second instalment of our Peter Pan Stained Glass Window videos. In this second video of the series, you can see Margaret, our in house artist, putting together the final pieces of the window and adding the finishing touches.

The project at South West Middlesex Crematorium is lead by head gardener, James New.

Check back soon for our third and final video which will show the installation of the window at South West Middlesex Crematorium as well as the opening ceremony of the Children’s Memorial Garden.

 

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Coriander Stained Glass are very pleased to present you with the first video in our series detailing our work on the Peter Pan themed stained glass window project for South West Middlesex Crematorium’s Children’s Memorial Garden. This stained glass window is based on an illustration by Margaret Tarrant. The video series will consist of a three part video log, detailing the project from construction all the way through to the final fitting of the window, so check back soon to follow our progress!

In this video we introduce the project and outline some of the initial processes involved in producing the window.

 

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