Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Window: 01, East, All Saints, Hillesden

Location in Church:
East
Type:
5 lights
Size (width x height):
10' 3" x 18' 5" or 3.12m x 5.62m
Subject(s):
Saints, popes, bishops in tracery
Date Made:
16C
Notes on Window:
The stained glass that survives could well date from the original building which was completed in 1495. The glass in the east window now is quite an assortment of pieces in the 10 lights of the tracery. There are various amounts of different figures, but some of them can still be identified. There is also some glass remaining in the heads (or very tops) of the main lights, which is also a common feature around the church.

 


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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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Tracery Lights 1 & 2: St Gregory (possibly), and possibly St Jerome, but missing
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Tracery Light 1: Detail of St Gregory (possibly)
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Tracery Lights 3 & 4: St Peter, and St Paul
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Tracery Light 4: Detail of St Paul
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Tracery Lights 5 & 6: St John the Baptist, and St John the Evangelist
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Tracery Lights 7 & 8: St George, and St Christopher
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Tracery Light 8: Detail of St Christopher
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Tracery Lights 9 & 10: St Augustine (possibly), and St Ambrose (possibly)
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Tracery Light 10: Detail of St Ambrose (possibly)
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Remnants of glass in 3 of the heads of the upper tier of 5 main lights.
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Remnants of glass in 4 of the heads of the lower tier of 5 main lights.
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Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches

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