Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Makers Marks by Heaton Butler & Bayne

Heaton, Butler & Bayne (1852-1953) Stained glass firm founded in 1852 by Clement Heaton (1824-82), who was influenced by Pugin. Heaton's research into pigments resulted in an extended range of colours. Prior to establishing his own firm in London, he had previously worked for William Holland. James Butler (1830-1913) became a partner in 1855, and in 1862 Robert Bayne (1837-1915), who had designed for Clayton & Bell, entered the partnership. The firm continued to be run by their sons until 1953.

6 Windows, listed in Church Order

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Window Location Church Date Craftsmen
Link to image of this Window S aisle S (2W) All Saints in High Wycombe 1920 Heaton Butler & Bayne
Link to image of this Window Apse East St John Evangelist in Lacey Green 1905 Heaton Butler & Bayne
Link to image of this Window Chancel S St John Evangelist in Lacey Green 1905 Heaton Butler & Bayne
Link to image of this Window Lounge N W3 St Paul in Slough 1922 Heaton Butler & Bayne
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Link to image of this Window Chancel S (E) St Nicolas in Taplow 1915 Heaton Butler & Bayne
Link to image of this Window N aisle N (E) Church of the Assumption in Turweston 1904 Heaton Butler & Bayne
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Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches

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