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Cranberry_Glass 49m
I installed a couple of windows previously restored by your truly! Christ Church, South Head, . Heading back to with more restorations in hand
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rich welsh Jul 8
Reproduction of 1888 panel for this church/flat conversion.
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Ian Ebbage Jul 8
A pair of wolves, rather stylised, but still with a really mean look. in the Cathedral of Santa Maria de
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Derek 👨🏼‍🎨🎨 6h
I was invited to take part in the international glass exhibition “In Search of the Light of the World” at The Centre International du Vitrail in Chartres France, curated by renowned @glasmalereipeters “Remembering the light” is my contribution.
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BSMGP 24h
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B.Manoshprotim 18h
An epic saga called Calcutta, ever fascinating, ever evolving, it's always a huge pleasure to see .. some characters haven't lost their charm even after ages! pic courtesy:
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Kirsty Hartsiotis 🇪🇺 Jul 7
A thread for you today from Knowle, for (ish) , starting with glorious by Theodora Salusbury, 1933. Images: Rex Harris (full image) and Aidan McRae Thomson (details) The last image shows her peacock signature. 1/5
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alexawilcox 3h
Made this salmon over the weekend for birthday!
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sasha ward Jul 8
Early for a fragment window from St James Aston with a wild & wonderful centre piece
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Cranberry_Glass 53m
Never leave empty handed! Picked up another on the way home! Chief bottle washer, smasher and fixer !
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Cranberry_Glass 22h
Working on another custom piece !
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Kirsty Hartsiotis 🇪🇺 Jul 8
Back in today for (ish) with at Langley by Bertram Lamplugh of the Birmingham School of Art. It's an intriguing scene - with, allegedly, a link to the Ark of the Covenant... Image: Aidan McRae Thomson 1/3
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rich welsh Jul 5
Salvaged 19th c panels made into door panels and a large transom window for this West End home. .
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StainedGlassGdnArt Jul 6
It's up. My new house name plate. Orchard colours plus some movement and mystery provided by the mirror segments.
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rich welsh Jul 7
Reproduction Lilly trefoil window with a new opening hopper for this church/flat conversion.
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Victorian Web Jul 7
Faith, Hope and Charity in a Burne-Jones/Morris & Co. window in St Mary's Dundee. Yes, you can see these in many different settings, but they're always beautiful to come across. The surround here makes an attractive frame.
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BSMGP Jul 8
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Delta House Studios 1h
‘Design for stained glass ~ Doorways, archways and glass windows often feature in my paintings.’ 14 x 19 cm Watercolour and Ink on Cotton Rag Paper’ @gabstegram . .
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Debbie Rolph 23h
Tidy workshop ready for some new stained glass projects.
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Maria Glot Saltaire 20h
stayed with the Heatons in Wood Bank, in 1861 whilst designing 3 panels: The Lady of Woodbank & Daughters. The following year two of his panels in the Tristram & Isoude windows were made for Walter Dunlop of Harden Grange, nr
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