Sunray stained glass panel, Greenford Road

This is very unusual, a door with a stained glass panel that probably dates from the 1930’s but could be slightly older as I believe this house might have been built in the 1920’s. If that’s the case it has survived World War II and, even more devastating, the trend for home improvements.

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4 thoughts on “Sunray stained glass panel, Greenford Road

  1. although an obviously an old door , as you say the glass and notably the wood damage of the frame, however i see evidence of modernisation, of what looks like wall cladding, not a home improvement in my opinion! “yuk”

  2. gertrood on said:

    There are some nice original examples of this type of door and of the windows with sunray panels on Cavendish Avenue in Sudbury Hill.

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