Tudor Rose, Surrey.
This beautiful panel depicting a Tudor rose is fitted into a new hand made oak door on a superb 15th Century cottage in Surrey. The window, despite being made for such an old house has been encapsulated into a sealed unit.
The leaded light is made using some really great glasses to give added depth. The white, is a mouth blown, light white opalescent glass which glows beautifully. Two different red glasses have been used, one highly textured to catch the light and sparkle, and one a mouth blown ruby flashed and the pale end of that sheet.
The green leaves are a rich sheet glass which contrasts fabulously with the pale green obscured outer panes.