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Window: 06, S Aisle S(E), St Mary, Haversham

Location in Church:
S Aisle S(E)
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
3' 3" x 6' 8" or 1.00m x 2.04m
Subject(s):
Faith & Hope, Charity
Date Made:
1860
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Church's Guide Book or Information
Dedicated to:
Mary Ann King, died 6 May 1854, aged 56. More...
Donated by:
This window was donated by Georgiana Clara King.
Notes on Window:
As this is only a 2 light window, Faith and Hope have to share the LH light, and Charity has all the RH light.

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Tracery has foliage decoration on coloured backgrounds. The tops of the main lights have many elaborate crenellated towers on top of the canopies.
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Two main lights, with inscription plate below.
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Scenes on both lights, inscribed Faith Hope & Charity below.
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LH light: Faith with a book and a Latin Cross, Hope holds an anchor. They stand in a garden of flowers.
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LH light: Close view of Faith and Hope.
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RH light: Charity with a baby and 2 children. They are also standing in a garden.
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RH light: Close view of Charity and children, who all have wavy hair.
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Base of window with geometric patterns and plaque below inscribed to Mary Ann King from her daughter G C Frazer.
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LH light base: There are crosses on the architectural bases either side of "Faith Hope". The left hand cross includes the Makers Mark.
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LH light: Makers Mark: "Cox & Son London".
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