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Window: 06, S Porch E, St Nicholas, Cublington

Location in Church:
S Porch E
Single light
Size (width x height):
0' 5" x 1' 9" or 0.13m x 0.54m
Cross: A contemporary Cross in bright colours, facing the morning sun.
Date Made:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Faculty in Oxford Diocesan Archive
Donated by:
Roger Bottle
Makers Mark on Window:
Notes on Window:
One of a pair of small windows fitted in previous openings with metal rods. The windows are mirror images of each other. The bright yellow and green colours of the East one represent the fresh expectation that the morning brings. The mellow red and purple colours of the West one denotes the warm contentment felt at the end of a fruitful day.


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Makers Mark - Signature

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