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'The model of what stained glass ought to be'
Shrigley and Hunt, one of the finest stained glass manufacturers of the late nineteenth century, has long been overlooked for the excellence of its output. In its day it was ranked with Morris and Company, Powell's of Whitefriars, and the other great glass houses of the late Victorian period. This book evaluates the firm's history and qualities, and places it once again amongst its peers.