Tag: Victorian stained glass

Hello, and welcome back to the Coriander Stained Glass blog! Today, we have a lot of our recent stained glass projects to show you including Victorian stained glass, Edwardian stained glass, Art deco and 1930’s stained glass and other designs! (more…)

We have been working on some interesting projects recently and would like to share some of them with you this week.

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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.

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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.

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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

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.

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

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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.

 

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Welcome back to the Coriander Stained Glass blog.

These are some pictures of a recent front entrance, the pattern made up of different sized rectangles. This can be seen in our Other Designs gallery.

 

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Abstract Stained Glass Designs

 

This week we would like to show you a beautiful hand painted stained glass front entrance on the Heaver Estate, London SW17, where we have copied the traditional Victorian geometric design from when the house was built. The side lights show a traditional flowing leaf painted pattern, the six door panels are traditionally painted birds of the clients choice.

 

 

 

Check back soon for more pictures from this project and other stained glass news.

 

Spring is well on it’s way, and from all the team here at Coriander Stained Glass, we hope you are all looking forward to Easter as much as we are. Here’s a few of our latest projects.

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To see more examples of our work, head on over to our portfolio. Thank you from all the team at Coriander Stained Glass.

At Coriander Stained Glass we have been working on some great Stained Glass projects recently. Here are some of our recent Victorian Geometric designs.

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Check back soon for more of our stained glass projects covering all different styles are eras. To see our full portfolio of stained glass work, please visit our gallery.

Good evening from all of us here at Coriander Stained Glass.  The summer is finally well under way and we hope you have all been enjoying the good weather with family and friends.

We have a couple of really special projects to share with you today; two Victorian and one bespoke piece of stained glass.

This first piece shows a stained glass for a set of internal partition doors.    It is the choice of texture and colour that make this piece come to life, with each choice of texture complimenting the piece next to it.  Internal feature doors such as this make a stunning focal point for your home and allow light to travel from one room to another, which can really open up and brighten your internal space.  By choosing clear, textured glass for the background not only does the focal point of the butterfly carry more impact, but the whole piece allows the maximum amount of light to pass through.

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This first design of Victorian stained glass is specific to a small area of Wimbledon Park.
Here we have removed all three panels because the lead structures had worn out and were weak and bowing.   At our Wimbledon workshop we stripped the panels of lead and rebuilt them.  Three of the rose paintings were missing or broken so we have replaced them – Margaret, our in house artist, hand painted them at our Wimbledon shop.

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These next photos show a beautiful set of newly created Victorian geometric stained glass, the design copying the original for the road when the house was built.  The colours of the top light tie in with the two vertical panels in the main door, and typical features of the era can easily be identified.  With the pastel geometric background and ruby red border,this piece is undeniably Victorian.

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That’s it for today but check back later this week, we have many more beautiful projects to share with you.

If you are thinking of a stained glass window for your own home, take a look at our stained glass portfolio for more ideas and inpsiration.  You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.