This stained glass panel is one of a pair of heraldic panels commissioned for the small drawing room at Sandringham House. The panel depicts the arms of HRH Queen Elizabeth II and its companion depicts the arms of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh. They are locat
The portrait of Sir John Stuttard was commissioned by the Worshipful Company of Glaziers to commemorate Sir Johnís year of tenure as Lord Mayor of London in 2007. It is artificially lit in a gilded frame and hung like a painting at Glazierís Hall.
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Petri Anderson Associate
I started in Stained glass at Chapel Studio in 1989. My training started as a restoration glass painter under the tutelage of Peter Archer AMGP. The glass-painting skills that I acquired to restore a body of largely Victorian stained glass has become the foundation of my current practice. In 2005 I started my own studio and named it Mongoose Stained Glass. The windows that we produce vary in style from traditional to contemporary and may be abstract, semi-abstract or figurative depending on the clients’ requirements. We also undertake restoration work, specializing in re-creating missing areas of complex stained glass.
- 2012: Watford Boys Grammar School, School Hall. Bi-centenary window
- 2012: Carpenter’s Hall, London. Masters’ arms 1998
- 2011: Christ Church, Radlett, South Aisle. Eivind Dulforce memorial window
- 2011: St Botolph’s Church, Aldgate, South Aisle. Arms of Alderman Bear
- 2011: St Botolph’s Church, Aldgate, North Aisle. Arms of Lord Levene
- 2011: All Hallows by the tower, South Aisle. Arms of the Worshipful Company of World Traders