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This ‘heraldic’ pattern transom hangs over the doorway at Longerenong homestead in Victoria. Central to the design is a golden Celtic harp on blue shield (c. 13th century) representing owner Samuel Wilson’s Irish roots. This is flanked by his…

This staircase ‘Seasons’ window at Mandeville Hall in Toorak was designed by David Relph Drape and created by Ferguson & Urie for the original owner, millionaire Joseph Clarke, in 1877. The circular medallions in the centre of the window depict…

An image of a stained glass window at the Narrapumelap homestead in Wickliffe, Victoria. The panel’s outer edge is framed by an eye-catching ‘floral-rod’ pattern in spiral form. The window is divided into three segments (l, m, r) separated by…

An image of the East Window in the Great Hall at Sydney Girls Grammar School (SGEGGS) in Darlinghurst, Sydney. The window was originally installed in St Peter’s church in 1867, but the church has since been incorporated into the School Hall. It is…

This commanding stairwell window by Ferguson & Urie (1872) is calculated to reflect the prosperity and good fortune of the original owner, James Fergusson. Fergusson was a Melbourne manufacturing stationer, and was at times a member of the…

This elaborate staircase window in a converted St Kilda mansion is probably by Ferguson & Urie and dated c.1884. The window depicts a red-cloaked and fully armoured St George standing on the head of a dragon. Images of St George and the Dragon were…