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Window: 11, N Aisle W, St Mary, Datchet

Location in Church:
N Aisle W
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
4' 5" x 10' 10" or 1.34m x 3.30m
Subject(s):
Instruments of the Scourging, Crucifixion, Instruments of the Passion, Lamb of Victory, Gethsemane, Judas.
Date Made:
†1864
Craftsman:
Craftsman - Notes:
This is one of 10 O'Connor windows in this church.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Robert Eberhard - (see Introduction)
Dedicated to:
John Boykett Jarman †1864 More...
Donated by:
"His eldest daughter" (Lucy Jarman) More...
Notes on Window:
6 panels of older glass are set in lozenges in the window which is a mixture of decorations, made with a combination of 19th century glass and much older glass.

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Tracery: Nearly all composed of fragments of old stained glass
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Top of Main Lights: Much of the top of the main lights is composed of fragments of old stained glass, like the Tracery
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2 Main Lights
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Main Lights: Centre sections showing 6 older panels incorporated in the windows
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LH Light: Top panel with Instruments of the Scourging, including a Flail
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LH Light: Centre panel with Crucifixion scene
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LH Light: Lower panel with some Instruments of the Passion: Nails, Ladder, Pincers
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RH Light: Top panel with the Easter Symbol of Christ as a Lamb of Victory
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RH Light: Centre panel with Jesus and his disciples in the garden of Gethsemane
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RH Light: Lower panel with the betrayer Judas and his reward of 30 pieces of silver
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Inscription from Tracery and base of main lights
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