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Window: 11, Nave S(E) , St Peter, Tyringham

Location in Church:
Nave S(E)
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
3' 7" x 5' 11" or 1.10m x 1.80m
Subject(s):
Virgin & Child, St Peter
Subject(s) - Notes:
The window depicts the Patron Saints of the churches of Filgrave and Tyringham. Filgrave church fell out of use in the early 1560s, and the 2 parishes were combined.
Date Made:
1905
Craftsman:
Craftsman - Notes:
Bryans Makers Mark appears on both lights of the window, and shows a running greyhound, one black on white, the other white on black.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Makers Mark
Dedicated to:
Rev Joseph Tarver, Rector of Tyringham cum Filgrave. More...
Donated by:
Old Pupils
Makers Mark on Window:
Makers Mark - Notes:
Bryans Makers Mark appears on both lights of the window, and shows a running greyhound, one black on white, the other white on black.
Notes on Window:
This window was fitted in 1905 in memory of Rev Joseph Tarver following his death on 9 September 1904. More...

 


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Window in Situ
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Tracery: A shield containing two of Mary's Attributes, a crown and lilies.
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Two main lights
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LH light: Mary holding the baby Jesus, and an orb. Below, the inscription says Mary the Virgin, Patron of Filgrave.
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LH light: Closer view of Mary and the baby Jesus.
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RH light: St Peter. Below, the inscription says St Peter Patron of Tyringham.
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RH light: Closer view of Peter holding his own Book, 1 Peter, showing Chapter 5 Verse 14.
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LH light: Base including emblems with "Magnificat anima mea", a Canticle also known as "The Song of Mary".
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RH light: Base including emblems with "Vigilate et orate", meaning "Watch and Pray", from Mark 13:33.
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Inscription to Joseph Tarver, Rector of this Parish for 53 years, dedicated by his old pupils.
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Makers Mark on LH light, a running greyhound for Herbert W Bryans.
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Makers Mark on RH light, a running greyhound for Herbert W Bryans.
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