- leaded lights as they are called in the trade. With them go the pictures in tile, usually
found by the door to the saloon or private bar or lining the wall of the saloon bar corridor.
Tiled pictures belong to the period when the work of Walter Crane was at its most popular
- they resemble his style closely, together with that of Albert Moore and a suggestion of
the Grosvenor Gallery.
The King and Queen in the Harrow Road
well as fine pub lamps. Birds and foliage also occur on those small movable screens so
arranged as to give the patrons of the saloon bar a privacy denied to those frequenting the
public bar - a characteristic Victorian contrivance and one found in many London pubs