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
Spectactular Edwardian gin palace

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North Yorkshire
Classic unspoilt corner local

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City Centre, Glasgow
Classic Victorian pub

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Greater London
Unchanged mews pub

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Greater London
Striking pub in Leadenhall Market

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West Midlands
Traditional Bathams pub

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Shropshire
Unchanged town centre boozer

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Tyne & Wear
Pub with splendid interior tiling

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Greater London
Ornate pub opposite the British Museum

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West Midlands
Ma Pardoes – classic homebrew pub

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West Yorkshire
Old fashioned village hotel

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Greater London
Heritage pub with multiple compartments

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Greater London
Spectacular small Victorian pub

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West Yorkshire
Suburban community pub

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Greater London: London South East
Excellent Harveys pub

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