Unlike so many stained glass pattern books that modernize patterns, the beautiful and varied patterns in this book are rendered directly from historic homes. The patterns are organized into five sections: Art Nouveau, Victorian Geometric, Victorian Floral, Edwardian and The Twenties.
All patterns were gleaned from homes in a fairly localized area of England, and they are slightly limited in their regionalism -- the Victorian patterns, in particular, are definitely English Victorian, which sometimes varies widely from what I'm used to here in the U.S. Nonetheless, there are patterns for all tastes and all skill levels, most of which lend themselves more properly to lead came than copper foil.
All patterns are for windows, doors, sidelights and the like. There are no craft, lamp or jewelry projects included in the book.