Stained Glass Quarries Designed by Philip Webb for Sandroyd, 1861

Stained glass quarries combined in a single panel, designed for Sandroyd by Philip Webb. Panel of six square stained glass quarries, three of which are decorated with foliate motifs, one with a magpie, one with a hen and chick, and one with a stylised oak tree bearing a lettered banner and flanked by the initials R.S.S. and the date 1861. Sandroyd was a studio house in Surrey designed in 1860 by Philip Webb for his friend the artist John Roddam Spencer Stanhope. These glass quarries were part of a larger panel set above the main staircase. In his designs for the birds Webb drew on his knowledge of fifteenth-century sources. See 'Philip Webb: pioneer of arts and crafts architecture' by Sheila Kirk (Chichester: Wiley-Academy, 2005).

Record ID:G3
Measurements:height: 28 cm, width: 47 cm for panel; height: 15 cm, width: 13cm for individual quarry
Inscription:On banner of lower left quarry A-DEO-ET-REGE-DIEU-DEFEND-LE DROIT
Artist:Webb, Philip
References:Sheila Kirk 'Philip Webb: pioneer of arts and crafts architect' (Chichester: Wiley-Academy, 2005)