Victoian & Edwardian
  • Blue Victorian

  • Edwardian panel

    Elegant Edwardian Sidelight
  • Tudor Rose

  • Painted Irises

  • Victorian entranceway Teddington

    Geometric Victorian entrance-way in Teddington.
  • Tulips

  • Heron doors

  • Arts & Crafts Teddington

  • Blue orange Victorian geometric

  • Ealing Victorian

  • Fulham Victorian

    Geometric square design.
  • Rose and Thistle Arts and Crafts

    Round window featuring rose and thistle design for house in Chertsey, Surrey.
  • Ecclesiastical Quatrefoil

  • Windsor birds outside view

  • Victorian frontage

    Traditional stained glass frontage with painted roundels for period property in south London.
  • Victorian frontage

    Inside view of stained glass frontage in South London showing painted roundels.
  • Mackintosh influence Maidenhead

    A Charles Rennie MacKintosh inspired stained glass door panel for house in Maidenhead. Berkshire.
  • Twickenham Tulips

  • Victorian red border

  • Victorian turquoise border close up

  • Victorian turquoise border hallway

  • Arts & Crafts flowers

  • Victorian quatrefoil centre

  • Woking light

  • Woking 2

  • Victorian red

    A classic stained glass frontage in bright red with clear textures.
  • Edwardian style

    Classic Edwardian landing panels featuring red stylised flowers for house in Ashford, Middlesex.

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Here you can see a few designs which emulate Victorian and Edwardian styles. This period of stained glass is very diverse ranging from: the Neo-Classical with it’s garlands, drapes and straight lines, to the Gothic Revival period with it’s influences from Medieval art and the Arts and Crafts movement which naturally followed on from this. The latter Victorian and Edwardian period brought a preference for light airy windows with paler colours. Despite the diversity of styles the recurring themes are often plants, flowers and wildlife as demonstrated by the proliferation of painted birds in the Victorian era. This period is also marked by the Victorians love of bold jewel like colours which were used more sparingly as the century drew to a close.