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Window: 01, East, St Michael & All Angels, Aston Clinton

Location in Church:
East
Type:
3 lights
Size (width x height):
5' 1" x 11' 0" or 1.56m x 3.35m
Subject(s):
St John, Salvator Mundi, St Simon the Zealot
Date Made:
Unknown
Dedicated to:
Rev George Walter Wrangham
Donated by:
Rector Charles Watkin Wynne Eyton
Notes on Window:
The window was said to be brought back from Italy by the Vicar in 1855 and had to be cut to fit. Records of Bucks Vol 2 1863 makes no mention of the origin, which has been doubted. Further research needed.

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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3 Main Lights
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3 Figures: St John, "Salvator Mundi", St Simon
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Close up of 3 Figures: St John, "Salvator Mundi", St Simon
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Outer Lights: Heads of St John and St Simon
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Centre Light: "Salvator Mundi"
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