Tyntesfield

Stained glass designs available as 'Static Cling' window decorations

Tyntesfield
The site of Tyntesfield was used as a hunting lodge and a farm house before it became the house and estate of today. Located in North Somerset, the Gibb family owned Tyntesfield from 1830 until 2001, and it now belongs to the National Trust. After remodelling the Georgian mansion, William Gibb commissioned the building of a chapel, to be modelled on Sainte-Chapelle in Paris. This private Gothic chapel is home to some lovely Victorian stained glass including the wonderful Tyntesfield Crown and Roses motif.

Please rollover the images below to see an enlarged version of that static window cling above.

Crown and Roses
Crown and Roses
Tyntesfield
Pigeon
Pigeon
Tyntesfield
Rose Window
Rose Window
Tyntesfield
Vine Motif
Vine Motif
Tyntesfield
Woodpecker
Woodpecker
Tyntesfield

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