Cut & Etched Glass in Pubs

Gloriously exquisite etched and cut glass windows first appeared in the pub building boom of the 1890s. These high quality panes had patterns etched with acid and many also had brilliant cutting to enhance the detail. They continued throughout the 20th century, though refurbs and tastes for plain glass took their toll. There has been a recent revival, some of it matching the quality of Victorian glass.

West Yorkshire
Imposing Victorian pub with unspoilt interior

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West Midlands
Red brick & terracotta classic

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Greater Manchester
Unaltered town centre pub

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Wiltshire
Town pub with impressive bow window

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West Midlands
Extravagant Victorian gin palace

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Merseyside
Community pub with superb etched glass

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Lancashire
Ornate corner local

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North Yorkshire
Small unspoilt town centre pub

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Lancashire
Town centre beer specialist

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West Yorkshire
Stunning Victorian pub

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Greater Manchester
Classic unspoilt city boozer

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Lancashire
Corner local with Grimshaws window

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