The Stained
Glass Museum


Come and see our exciting range of unique hand crafted gifts, stained and fused glass art, jewellery, glassware, decorations and much more!

Glass Pieces and books from the museum shop

We also stock a number of books, including our Gallery Guide and Light in the East, a gazetteer of stained glass in Cambridgeshire and the Fens.

Exclusive Stained Glasss Museum Gifts

A new range of products only available from the Stained Glass Museum Shop. These gifts have been created especially for the the Stained Glass Museum and are not available to purchase from anywhere else. Many of our best loved stained glass exhibits are featured.

Grisaille Ties & Cufflinks

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These tie and cufflinks, available to purchase separately or as a set, feature an early medieval Englishstained glass panel from our collection. Despite its age the 13th-century panel still retains most of its original medieval glass and orginal lead.

This kind of simple glazing, known as grisaille, is often associated with Cistercian churches. Its was popular wherever a higher level of light or a cheaper form of glazing was requested.

The ties are 100% silk. The cufflinks have a silver finish and a bullet finding.

Price: £29.00 each, or £55.00 for a set


Glass Coasters

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These glass coasters feature some of our most popular windows in the Museum gallery ranging from early 15th century Reynard the Fox to 1920s Arts and Crafts panels.

A unique chance to take a reproduction of our collection home with you.

Price: £6.00 each, or £20.00 for a set of four


Stained Glass Museum Mug

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Why not have your very own Stained Glass Museum mug? This quality bone china mug is elegant and features a design inspired by The Woman Gathering Sheaves of Corn, by Francis Spear (1902-79).

Price: £8.50


Tea Towel

tea towel Bring a little colour to your kitchen with this Stained Glass Museum tea-towel. The bold printed image is of the Museum's earliest panel in the collection - a 13th century depiction of the head of a King.

Price: £7.50




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This A5 plain notepad is ideal for taking notes and sketches. The cover design is reproduced from an abstract Experimental panel in stained glass (1956-59) designed by 20th century British artist John Piper (1903-92), and made by Patrick Reyntiens (b. 1925).

Price: £4

Featured Books

Arts & Crafts Stained Glass

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Published by Yale University Press, 2015.

Hardback, 354pp, 200 colour + 50 b/w illustrations. ISBN 9780300209709

A beautifully illustrated book based on three decades of research, this is the first study of the late-19th century Arts and Crafts movement and its influence on stained glass in Britain and America. Pioneeriing artist and teacher Christopher Whall (1849-1924) and his many pupils - both men and women - form the focus of this book. The intensely colourful and inventive stained glass made by these artists is explored within the context of the Arts and Crafts movement, and we learn about the evolving materials and techniques of glassmaking and stained glass during this period. Peter Cormack is a noted scholar of 19th and 20th century British and American stained glass, WIlliam Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement.

Now available to purchase from the Museum's shop. Price: £50.00

Stained Glass from Welsh Churches

by Martin Crampin

Published by Talybont: Y Lolfa Cyf, 2014.

Hardback, 341pp, 795+ colour illustrations. ISBN 9781847718259

This book is a wonderful follow up from the online databases Imaging the Bible in Wales and Stained Glass in Wales, produced by Crampin at the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies. Stained Glass from Welsh Churches is a fantastic introduction to the variety of stained glass in Wales, from the late medieval period to present day. It is a wonderful affordable survey of a nation's stained glass heritage, accompanied with very high quality photographs taken by the author. Read a full review of the book by Neil Moat in Vidimus 82.

Now available to purchase from the Museum's shop. Price: £29.95.


Patrick Reyntiens: A Complete Catalogue

by Libby Horner

Published by Sansom & Company, 2013.
Hardback, 280 x 210mm, 352pp, with colour illustrations throughout

Patrick Reyntiens (b. 1925) is one of Britain’s leading stained glass designers. He is perhaps best known for his pioneering window in the Baptistery of Coventry Cathedral, produced in collaboration with John Piper (1903-92). Piper and Reyntiens also collaborated at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. Reyntiens is an extraordinary stained glass craftsman with stained glass windows in church buildings across the world. In more recent years he has executed a number of interesting stained glass panels on a variety of secular themes including circus entertainers, Greek mythology and erotica.

In this catalogue, Libby Horner explores Reyntiens' stained glass across in buildings across the country, as well as autonomous panels in the collection of the Reyntiens' Trust. The Catalogue is helpfully ordered geographically so that it can be used as a gazetteer. It also features an index of subjects represented in Reyntiens' windows and a handy glossary. It is a must have for anyone interested in the development of modern stained glass in Britain.

Available to purchase from the Museum's shop. Price: £60.00

Unique Glass Gifts

The Museum sells a range of unique handmade glass gifts. Artists currently represented in our Museum shop include: Ann Benwell, Althea Braithwaite, Yvonne Freeborn, Sarah Hunt, Flora Jamieson, Deborah Lowe, Mark Palmer, Lesley Ramos, June Ridley, Alison Tait. We also hold regular exhibitions of contemporary glass too.


Calling Artists

Do you make stained glass or items that might be suitable to sell in our shop? Please contact our Shop Manager by email or phone 01353 660347





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