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2 John Hardman Stain Glass Window Design Slides

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1920s

  • £82.00 For pair delivered
  • €94 Euro
  • $104 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Pair of John Hardman Stain Glass Window Design Glass Slides c1920

Rare and decorative glass slides of stain glass designs from John Hardman surviving from the early 20th Century.

John Hardman was one of the pioneers of the stained glass revival of the nineteenth century. His Birmingham-based operation started out as an ecclesiastical metal works, but, at the suggestion of Pugin, the business expanded into glass manufacture in 1845. Pugin designed for the firm until his death in 1852 when this role passed onto his nephew John Hardman Powell. The firm was renamed John Hardman Studios in about 1939, at which time Donald Battershill Taunton (1886-1965) and Patrick Feeny (1910-1995) were designers. Able to move on from the Victorian and Edwardian Gothic Revival styles.

Not something you see every day and from such a great company. We have left the slides as found apart from a little dust over.
A great addition to any collection or would look rather good mounted.

Dimensions – Overall: Height 30.5cm x Width 25.5cm

Billy Hunt has successfully focused on British furniture and lighting since 2015. Our base is a 3,000sq foot space on a wonderful country estate in Staffordshire which you are more than welcome to visit, just let us know.

Martina an interior designer qualified from The Inchbald School of Design London partners up with Wayne an ardent gatherer in offering an attention-grabbing, appealing mix of British furniture and lighting from anywhere between 1750 -2000, of all genres. We have an ever-changing flow of interesting stock which works well for home, commercial spaces and interior designers.

When purchasing from us we include delivery in the purchase price and liaise with you to ensure delivery is as swift and as smooth as possible. Please call or email for quotes to Scotland, Northern Ireland and for Worldwide shipping

Our website www.billyhunt.co.uk typically has more images and more information about us.

If in any doubt and /or wish to chat over a piece then please give us a call 01283 617377

Dimensions: 

  • H: 30cm (11.81in)
  • W: 25cm (9.84in)

Period: 

1920s

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Billy Hunt is an independent partnership based in a wonderful Victorian Farming Buiding once used to stable Dray Horses for Bass Brewery and with the assistance of technology, enjoys serving customers nationally and internationally. The collaboration of successful Interior Designer Martina Reitbauer and Ardent Gatherer Wayne Lawless brings to you an exciting and ever evolving selection of items for your home which do not have the constraints of a particular era, no onus on any particular style or a brand agenda to respect.

We choose to source across the UK believing that the British Isles offers a splendid mix of fine quality, true eccentricity, creative design and exceptional craftsmanship which very few can equal.

We take pleasure in gathering pieces from country houses, time-worn factories and auctions travelling extensively to seek out the appealing. You will notice when viewing our collection, we are not afraid to evolve furniture, recognise the need to modernise but are also content to leave “as found” aiming to create a piece or pieces that are beautiful, distinctive and a delight to live with.

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