Talk:British and Irish stained glass (1811–1918)

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Responding to the request for improvement, I have noticed two paragraphs, separated from each other, both entitled Arts and Crafts Movement. I am not personally up to the task of reforming this article but I agree that it needs it, for example to remove such repetition as well as to tighten up and fully reference the text. It is a worthwhile subject, however, covering as it does an important period in the transition from Victorian to Modern styles in stained glass. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Pangapilot (talkcontribs) 20:04, 13 May 2015 (UTC)

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