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Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,.
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Stained Glass.
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
At a medieval stained glass workshop, delegates were shown an example of a St Christopher depiction where the ripples in the water were painted on the other side of the glass to give more depth to the effect. The end result was very beautiful indeed!
Also with veils on women's headdresses
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Some glass has its own hidden code, here are a few examples

Important English firms


  • 1811.Thomas Willemot, "the father of Victorian stained glass", active 1811–1869, a plumber by trade, created his first armorial window in 1811, was a restorer of old windows and received a Royal Patent from Queen Victoria. Was employed by Pugin who found him too expensive.
  • Charles Kempe, (1837-1907) and Bryans, 19/20 century, Glandford and Bessingham windows. (Golden Garb/Wheatsheaf- Goldern Garb and Black Tower inside) Antingham north-east chancel window.
  • George Fredrick Bodley,
  • 1832 –75. William Warrington, (1796–1869)
  • 1836 – . Ward and Nixon, became Ward and Hughes
  • 1838 –present. John Hardman & Co was extensively employed by Pugin.
  • 1841 –1910. William Wailes, Newcastle. signed A W and date.
  • 1844 – . James Powell & Sons, makers of glass since the 17th century. Stained glass production commenced in 1844. Their glassworks were situated in the Whitefriars part of London, so their windows were signed with a small Whitefriars monk.
  • 1848– . Alexander Gibbs. In business from 1813.
  • 1813 - Gibbs and Howard work at Great Melton.
  • 1960s, St Margaret, Toft Monks, Norfolk - Stained glass Signature of Thomas Derrick in stained glass window
  • 1855 – .Clayton and Bell.
  • 1911, R.AN. Bell.
  • 1850s - T Wilshurst depicting Faith, Hope and Charity at Welney.
  • (1905 - 1991) Bauchon Window in Norwich Cathedral Maria Forsyth began her career modelling ceramics, whilst studying at the Royal College of Art she changed to working with glass. Voided long cross, MF and date.
  • William Aitken, Leaf and date.
  • 1986, Anne Goodman. Name and date.
  • 1855 – . Heaton, Butler and Bayne. Some at Besthorpe Church.
  • 1855 –1921 . Lavers and Barraud, and Westlake who became a partner in 1868.
  • 1868– . Burlison and Grylis.
  • Percy  Bacon, London. All Saints Liverpool windows.
  • O' Connor, some Ingoldisthorpe  stained glass Saint Michael's church.
  • 1936, Francis H. Spear London.
  • John Haywood.
  • 1950. By Horace Hincks. North Aisle Middle window, St Mary's Church, Attenborough. In memory of Walter James Helwell Price.
  • Hugh Easton,
  • 2000_ Kim Jarvis, Birmingham.
  • 1875–  Shrigley and Hunt.
  • - Goddard & Gibbs with Arthur. E, Buss as chief designer ship
  • 1861–1875 Morris Marshall, Faulkner & Co., with Ford Madox Brown, Burne-Jones, Philip Webb and John Henry Dearle who continued the company after the deaths of Morris in 1896 and Brown in 1898 as Morris and Co. until 1940. Antingham south chancel window. Antingham tracery lights of the north nave window.
  • Moulton, stained glass incorporating the "Holy Trinity" at Bessingham Church.
  • 1840 - J & J King, Norwich. Itterringham Saint Mary's Church glass.
  • 1866–1934. Charles Earner Kempe whose later partner was his nephew: Tower/Castle.
  • 1990s- Aidan McRae, Norgate Studios, signature, name.
  • 1918- A Rosenkrantz,
  • 1891–1927 Henry Holiday.
  • Oriel, Helen Robinson AMGP, shown Saint Edmunds, Downham Market, sun, lion/unicorn window
  • 1910- H. Bryans of London, shown in Salle, Saint Peter and Paul Church. (3 windows)
  • 19th century, S.C. Yarrington, All Saints Church Burnham Thorpe.
  • Webb, Spider on a web
  • 1840s Wailes, W and date.
  • Devlin Plummer, Norwich.
  • 1970s 1980s Alfred Fisher, Chapel Studios chapel symbol
  • 1970s 1980s Peter Archer, Chapel Studios  chapel symbol.
  • 1970s 1980s Bob Holoway. Chapel Studios , chapel symbol.
  • 1950s Bell, signed hanging bell and date.
  • 1800 century, Pope and Parr, Nottingham. Signed Angel, wings above, P-P facing each other.
  • 24 March 1834 – 3 October 1896 William Morris, windows in Kilverstone Church.
  • fl. c. 1897–1924 Christher Whall Born 1849, he was an important member of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
  • 1874–1926 J. Dudley Forsyth, oils, sculptor and stained glass designer. Works include Westminster Abbey and St Mary's Church, Culford, Suffolk.
  • Arts and Crafts period, (Newton) Jones and Willett of London and Birmingham; exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851. Works at the Anglican Chapel, Burra, South Australia and possibly an identical window depicting Christ's Crucifixion St Mary's Church, Culford, Suffolk.

NADFAS published a very useful list by Joan Little.
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,
Glass, by the Old Boi from Norfolk,