Detail of Thomas Willement's 19th-century armorial stained glass from the Dining Room at Charlecote, depicting the arms of Edmund the Exile and his wife Agatha, daughter of Henry III of Germany
Detail of German stained glass window panel bearing dates and inscriptions of sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, in the Hall at Upton House
William Morris stained glass panel of a farmyard duck flying, in the Ground Floor passage at Red House
Homer painted glass designed by Burne-Jones for Morris & Co
Wightwick Manor, one of four roundels of painted glass by Charles Kempe in the Oak Room, showing heraldic images
Summer, one of four panels of stained glass in the inglenook fireplace in the Dining Room, designed by William Morris, dated 1873
Detail of a stained glass window in the chapel at Tyntesfield with a crown motif and holly and ivy with Christmas roses round the edge
A stained glass window in the Chapel by David Evans of Shrewsbury in 1830's
Detail of the lattice-paned windows with roundels and shields of heraldic glass commemorating the marriages of the Throckmorton family with other Catholic families, in the Drawing Room at Coughton Court, Warwickshire
Stained glass panel of a rabbit in a window on the staircase at Stoneacre
Close shot of stained glass in window with William Morris motto 'Si je puis'('If I can') at Red House,
Detail of the lattice-paned windows with roundels and shields of heraldic glass commemorating the marriages of the Throckmorton family with other Catholic families, in the Drawing Room at Coughton Court, Warwickshire