MUSEUM SHOP - GIFTS
Exclusive Stained Glass Museum Gifts
A new range of products only available from the Stained Glass Museum Shop. These gifts have been created especially for the the Stained Glass Museum and are not available to purchase from anywhere else. Many of our best loved stained glass exhibits are featured.
Stained Glass Ties
These stained glass ties feature a pattern based on one of the oldest medieval stained glass windows in the museum's collection. The geometric design is based on an early 13th century English 'grisaille' panel.
Price: £29.00 each (deliver to UK)
These handcrafted wooden jigsaw puzzles have been made exclusively for The Stained Glass Museum. The jigsaws are made from sustainable materials in the UK. Two designs are available based on images from our collection of stained glass - the medieval 'Bust of a King' panel (c.1210), and modern stained glass panel 'Morning' by Hungarian-born Jewish artist Ervin Bossanyi (1932).
Small (40 piece) Jigsaw £7 plus P&P (UK delivery)
Large (250 piece) Jigsaw £27 plus P&P (UK delivery)
Buy small (40 piece) puzzle
Buy large (250 piece) puzzle
These glass coasters feature some of our most popular windows in the Museum gallery ranging from an early 15th century depiction of Reynard the Fox to 1920s Arts and Crafts panels.
A unique chance to take a reproduction of our collection home with you, to enjoy every day!
Price: £20.00 plus P&P for a set of four (Dancing Girl, Reynard the Fox, Hammer & Tongs, and Sailing Ship)
Coaster - Hammer and Tongs
Coaster - Reynard
Coaster - sailing ship
Coaster - dancing girl
Burne-Jones Tea Towel
Price: £9.50 plus P&P
SGM Tote Bag
Price: £4.50 plus P&P
Price: £7.50 plus P&P
Price: £4 plus P&P
Price: £12 plus P&P for a set of four
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