Yes, I'm back, with the smell of tzatziki still fresh in my mind and a sinus condition that is making it very difficult to concentrate on anything, and impossible to bend over to do any chores (like unpacking).
But I do have pictures to show you. Not holiday ones, I'm sure you have far better things to do with your time. But ones of the front door I fitted before I went away.
The design is Victorian Geometric, and the glass used is Dynasty Restoration Cathedral (which is made in China but is an excellent reproduction of original Victorian domestic glass in beautifully muted colours). For the borders, I used handmade Polish antique red and clear Muranese (which has a very sweet flower pattern impressed on the glass and is also traditional for the period).
The property is a building site at the moment, and it looks like this. You can see what an amazingly cool and kinda-Scooby-Doo-spooky-Victorian house it is underneath all that scaffolding though.
The front door looked like this.
Halfway through fitting.
Just a quick word of advice. If you ever find yourself driving along with 7 stained glass panels in the back of your car, always check the passenger door pocket for a rogue heavy mallet which your husband had stashed there and not told you about. Because you might find that when you go round a mini-roundabout, the said mallet will come flying out of the door pocket and land on top of your stained glass panels causing all kinds of unpleasant damage which you will have to spend an entire afternoon rectifying. Sigh.