March 6, 2018


Continuing our Stained Glass Appreciation Series, today we spotlight two leaded glass examples in No. 25, home to the best stained glass in all of Tudor City. Hidden in plain sight, here they are up close and personal.

A heraldic shield ornamented with a fleur-de-lis, symbol of purity, and a Tudor rose, the emblem of England.

Beside it, a similarly shaped shield, and another fleur-de-lis.
The pair in situ, side by side. They hang in No. 25's entrance porch.

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