Joseph Miller, Glass Stainer, 330, St. Vincent Street.—
The art of glass-staining is very ably represented by Mr. Joseph Miller, one of the most successful glass decorators of the day. His business has been established since 1878, and ranks amongst the very foremost houses of the kind in the north. A few instances may suffice to prove the undoubted skill of Mr. Miller as an artist.
One of the most important works he has executed is the two memorial windows for the Martyrs’ Free Church in Kilmarnock, which gave satisfaction to all concerned, and won the highest praise from the very best judges of this class of work.
Another very successful work was a series of views for a drawing-room in Fingarry. These views, which are of high artistic merit represent subjects illustrative of outdoor sports, and have been admired by all who have seen them. Mr. Miller also executed a splendid double-light stained-glass window for Mr. Thomson of Cardross.
A very large and influential connection has been gained, and Mr. Miller, who occupies a spacious studio at the foregoing address, is one of the leading men in his line in Scotland.
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