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Window: 01, East, St Lawrence, Bradwell, Old (MK)

Location in Church:
East
Type:
3 lights
Subject(s):
Virgin Mary, Crucifixion, St John the Evangelist, Agnus Dei
Date Made:
†1876
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
E Swinfen Harris, Records of Bucks, 1904
Dedicated to:
William George Duncan More...
Donated by:
the wife of William George Duncan
Notes on Window:
The stonework and tracery of this window is apparently identical to that in the East window of the North Chapel of St John the Baptist's church at Meopham in Kent.

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Complete Tracery
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Exterior view of Tracery, to show how there are so many small points of light in the interior view.
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Top light of Tracery, with the Agnus Dei, Lamb of God.
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Lower lights of Tracery, with symbols for Alpha and Omega.
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3 main lights, with Crucifixion scene flanked by Mary and John.
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Centre light: Crucifixion.
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Centre light: detail of Crucifixion scene, with a highly decorated green cross.
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Centre light: lower part of Crucifixion scene with 2 Angels.
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LH light: Virgin Mary.
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LH light: Closer view of the Virgin Mary
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RH light: St John the Evangelist.
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RH light: Closer view of St John the Evangelist
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Base of window.
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Base of window: Inscriptions (compressed together). The Bible Quotation is from John 1:29.
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