Stained glass can be used for many purposes. Many of my customers have put their new purchase to great use as a solution for getting light into rooms that don’t have a natural light source – often where there is a stud wall and the room does not border with the outside of their home.
Pansy in an alcove
I shipped this beautiful pansy to Italy – doesn’t it look cosy!
I shipped this colourful window to Matthew in Ontario, Canada:
I bought this set of four top lights from someone who had already removed the original frames to merge into a new frame as one but I happen to know these were from a house in Ruislip, North West London:
I shipped it to Ben in North Somerset…
Tempted by a sun burst yourself? Thinking about renovating or redecorating? See some panels currently available for sale in my sunray collection.
Here’s a pair of Art Deco windows I sent to Stephen in North Ayrshire, Scotland. He fitted them into an internal wall partition:
Light for a bathroom
Sue found these in my 1 metre vertical category – I got them from Epsom, South West London.
“We bought 3 windows. We live in an old mill in Cornwall and wanted go get some natural light into an upstairs bathroom with a sloping ceiling. The windows face out into a hall and stairwell. As you can see, the outside still needs finishing and painting, an ongoing project. “
I also have a page with picture of stained glass in bathrooms.
Old becomes new
I rescued these, which include the always appealing hand painted glass and roundels, from the door of a house in Tufnell Park, London, dated 1890:
Chris found them on my fragments page and says “Please find attached a pic of what happened to the 2 broken sections I purchased. My first attempt at fixing a stained glass window. It didn’t need to be perfect as it’s between two internal rooms. Thanks Chris”:
I sent Bill this pair of matching sunrays:
This big rare floral window, depicting the close-up of a foxglove…
is now installed in Sue’s home in Northamptonshire: