Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


Windows by Lavers & Westlake - Maker

Lavers, Barraud & Westlake (1855-1920s) London-based firm originally established in 1855 by Nathaniel Wood Lavers (1828-1911). The firm changed its name several times with the arrival and departure of each partner. Francis Philip Barraud (1824-1900) became a partner in 1858 and Nathaniel Westlake joined the partnership in 1868, having designed for the firm since 1858. After the death of Barraud in 1900 the firm was known as Lavers, Westlake and Co., although Westlake had been the sole proprietor since 1880. After 1909 the company became N H J Westlake, London, and closed in the 1920s.

12 Windows, listed in Church Order

Window Location Church Date Craftsmen
Details S aisle W St Lawrence in Bradwell, Old (MK) †1921 Lavers & Westlake
Details East St Leonard in Foscott Lavers & Westlake
Details Nave S (E) St Michael in Horsenden 1902 Lavers & Westlake
Details Nave S (W) St Michael in Horsenden 1902 Lavers & Westlake
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Details East St Peter in Ilmer Lavers & Westlake
Details S wall S (E) St Mary & Giles in Stony Stratford (MK) 1896 Lavers & Westlake
N H J Westlake
Details S wall S (C) St Mary & Giles in Stony Stratford (MK) 1896 Lavers & Westlake
N H J Westlake
Details S wall S (W) St Mary & Giles in Stony Stratford (MK) 1896 Lavers & Westlake
N H J Westlake
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Details N wall N (W) St Mary & Giles in Stony Stratford (MK) 1896 Lavers & Westlake
N H J Westlake
Details N wall N (C) St Mary & Giles in Stony Stratford (MK) 1896 Lavers & Westlake
N H J Westlake
Details N wall N (E) St Mary & Giles in Stony Stratford (MK) 1896 Lavers & Westlake
N H J Westlake
Details East Holy Trinity in Wolverton, Old (MK) 1888 Lavers & Westlake
N H J Westlake
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