Visit our international websites:

RUDE
Shortlist

Antique Stained Glass Windows & Antique Doors

Our collection of intricate antique stained glass windows and antique doors includes delicate antique windows, large oak doors and doorways, as well as antique brass door knockers.

31 items


  • 13834

    Stock No: 13834

    THE GOOD SAMARITAN

    A most beautiful large arched late Victorian early Edwardian stained glass window depicting The Parable of The Good Samaritan. Set within a frame the detailed figures, abundant foliage and rugged landscape are finely drawn and painted in green, red, gold, colbalt blue and ochre tones. From the flagon and bowl in the foreground to the soulful gaze of the donkey and out beyond to the distant citadel on the hillside there is a charm of design typical of the turn of the century era.

    Originally part of a group removed in the 1980's from a church near Harrogate in Yorkshire it has recently been professionally restored.

    English late 19th early.

    Notes:
    A parable is a short story that teaches a moral or spiritual lesson by comparing it to something from everyday life. Jesus taught his followers to 'Love thy neighbour as thyself' and told the Parable of The Good Samaritan to illustrate this. It tells of a man
    who was robbed of everything he had while travelling from Jerusalem to Jericho.
    Two other travellers, a Priest and a Levite, showed no compassion for his state and passed him by but a third, a Samaritan, immediately came to his aid. Samaritans were considered a lower class of citizen by the general population because they had intermarried but this man put all aside and did not question the injured man's race or religion and saw only a person in great need of comfort and assistance.
    A lesson for our time !

    width with frame height with frame depth with frame
    52.8"
    134 cms
    112.8"
    286.5 cms
    3.9"
    10 cms

    Listed Price: POA

    More info? More info

  • 12433

    Stock No: 12433

    'GATHER YE THE ROSEBUDS'
    A set of three stained glass Art Nouveau panels in The Glasgow style of maidens in a woodland setting. The enamelled logo at the back of one of the panels states ' Glashaus 88 ', a Glasgow company of stained glass makers and restorers, who were commissioned to make the panels in 1988 for The Princes Casino in Glasgow.

    With restorations signed dated 1988.

    The figures in the central panel are very similar to those depicted in a window designed by Ernest Archibald Taylor (1874 -1951) in 1902 for the industrialist William Weir, Lord Weir of Cathcart, entitled 'Gather Ye the Rosebuds'. His panel is illustrated in the book Scotland's Stained Glass by Michael Donnelly, image below.
    The title is probably a reference to the poem by Robert Herrick (1591 - 1674)

    'Gather ye rosebuds while ye may,
    Old Time is still a-flying:
    And this same flower that smiles today
    To-morrow will be dying.'

    It points to springtime with a warning and an awareness of the swift passing of time and the inevitable loss of youth and beauty.

    Notes: Ernest A. Taylor trained at the Glasgow School of Art, where in 1908 he met and married Jessie M. King (1875-1949) In 1915 they set up an artists colony in Kircudbright and continued to work there until 1949.

    width each height each overall width
    35.6"
    90.5 cms
    46.5"
    118 cms
    106.7"
    271 cms

    Listed Price: POA

    More info? More info

  • 12542

    Stock No: 12542

    A triptych of geometric styled stained glass window panels of primary coloured glass.
    English mid 20th century.

    width height depth
    59.1"
    150 cms
    25.8"
    65.5 cms
    0.4"
    1 cms

    Listed Price: £6,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 10274

    Stock No: 10274

    A CARVED HARDWOOD JAPANESE OVER DOOR with traditional figures, 19th century.

    width height depth
    46.1"
    117 cms
    14.2"
    36 cms
    1.8"
    4.5 cms

    Listed Price: £750 ( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 12418

    Stock No: 12418

    A PAIR OF ARCHED OVERDOORS IN GREEN VEINED WHITE MARBLE, each with a central coat of arms carved in high relief. English late 19th century.

    Width Height Depth
    64.2"
    163 cms
    19.7"
    50 cms
    1.2"
    3 cms

    Listed Price: £2,000 each( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 12357

    Stock No: 12357

    THREE BOLDLY CARVED MAHOGANY OVERDOORS IN THE BAROQUE MANNER, the top triangular pediment seated over the central florally carved frieze, flanked by fluted panels either side. ENGLISH, late 19th century.
    Link to: Antique Doors and Windows.

    width height depth
    55.7"
    141.5 cms
    18.5"
    47 cms
    4.7"
    12 cms

    Listed Price: £1,450 each,( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 11801

    Stock No: 11801

    A PAIR OF ART NOVEAU PAINTED PINE STAINED GLASS CONSERVATORY DOORS WITH OVERDOOR.
    Circa 1900.
    Link to: Antique Doors and Windows.

    width height depth
    Overdoor 46.7"
    118.5 cms
    21.9"
    55.5 cms
    1.9"
    4.7 cms
    Doors only 47.6"
    121 cms
    79.3"
    201.5 cms

    Listed Price: £2,300 ( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 11396

    Stock No: 11396

    A MATCHING COMPLETE SUITE OF VICTORIAN IRON DOOR FURNITURE in the ornate Neo Gothic manner, comprising two large scrolled foliate hinges, the door knocker, exterior door lock with handle, door bolt and chain catch...with the original ornamental headed screws. English, late 19th century.
    Link to: Antique Doors and Windows.

    Width Height Depth
    22.4"
    57 cms
    24.1"
    61.2 cms
    0.4"
    0.9 cms

    Listed Price: £1,550 the set.( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 7206

    Stock No: 7206

    THE BLUES & ROYALS REGIMENT OF THE HOUSHOLD CAVALRY.... A SET OF THREE TALL STAINED GLASS WINDOWS...believed to be from a Regimental Chapel in Lancashire, North West England.
    The Eagle window being the insignia of The Blues & Royals, The Lion and Crown being the general insignia for the British Army with the Red Rose of Lancaster above, and the Crossed Keys and Mitre possibly representing the insignia for the Bishop of the British Army. English, mid 20th century.
    Link to: Antique Doors and Windows.

    width height
    31.0"
    78.7 cms
    105.0"
    266.7 cms

    Listed Price: £5,500 Each.( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 8029

    Stock No: 8029

    A 19th century cast brass door plate in the Louis XV Rococo manner, with pierced diaper, acanthus leaf and c-scroll decoration.
    Foundry stamped WT&S, no. 167129.

    Link to: Antique Doors and Windows.

    width height depth
    10.6"
    27 cms
    23.2"
    59 cms
    2.4"
    6 cms

    Listed Price: £450 ( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 8028

    Stock No: 8028

    A 19th century cast brass door plate, double sided, with pierced diaper, acanthus leaf and c-scroll decoration.
    Stamped WT&S Foundry no. 167129.

    Link to: Antique Doors and Windows.

    width height depth
    10.6"
    27 cms
    23.2"
    59 cms
    2.4"
    6 cms

    Listed Price: £850 ( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 8027

    Stock No: 8027

    A pierced cast brass door plate in the Louis XIV manner, double sided with pierced diaper, acanthus leaf and c-scroll decoration.
    Foundry stamped WT &S, no. 167129.

    Link to: Antique Doors and Windows.

    width height depth
    10.6"
    27 cms
    23.2"
    59 cms
    2.4"
    6 cms

    Listed Price: £850 ( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 10134

    Stock No: 10134

    A pair of small ornate engraved Gothic Revival brass door hinges. English, circa 1850.
    Link to: Antique Doors and Windows.

    width height
    11.8"
    30 cms
    4.1"
    10.5 cms

    Listed Price: £550 ( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 10515

    Stock No: 10515

    A large Neo Renaissance style stained glass window in it's painted original pine frame, with Arabesque motifs in the center panels and repeating floral design on the border and corner panels.
    English 19th century.

    width height depth
    48.0"
    122 cms
    92.8"
    235.7 cms
    2.2"
    5.7 cms

    Listed Price: £4,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info

  • 4286

    Stock No: 4286

    One large stained glass window, the arch centered by a cross decorated with a heart.
    French, 19th century, circa 1860.
    Link to: Antique Doors and Windows.

    width height
    45.0"
    114.3 cms
    107.0"
    271.8 cms

    Listed Price: £3,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

    More info? More info




31 items


 

Our collection of antique doors and stained glass windows contains an impressive range of English, Scottish, and French examples.  Whether you are adding to existing period décor or you want to mix and match with contemporary architectural designs, Westland can help find the right antique window and doors for your home.