Meikle (William) & Sons

William Meikle and Sons was one of the leading Glasgow firms of stained glass makers. The business was founded in 1838 by William Meikle Senior (c. 1818–1900) as wholesale glass merchants and glaziers, and only started making in stained glass in 1886. Both William Meikle’s sons apprenticed in the Stephen Adam Studio, before joining the firm, which became one of the main competitors to J & W Guthrie. Also important was the arrival in the 1895 of John Tytler Stewart (1858-1930) as principal designer. Subsequent studio designers included John Stark Melville, Charles Edward Stewart and Andrew Rigby Gray.

Scotland’s Stained Glass Making the Colours Sing by Michael Donnelly (Historic Scotland, 1977)
200 Scottish Stained Glass Artists by Rona H Moody, The Journal of Stained Glass Scotland Issue Vol XXX (2006)

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