Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Window: 11, N aisle W, St John the Baptist, Little Missenden

Location in Church:
N aisle W
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
2' 5" x 4' 11" or 0.73m x 1.50m
Subject(s):
Small spray of yellow leaves and flowers (see note below)
Date Made:
17th C.?
Notes on Window:
The old glass in this window is often described as portraying a wheatsheaf. This website has always described it as "a small spray of leaves and flowers". However on re-photographing it in 2017, we now realise it is actually parts of 2 similar images of leaves and flowers.

 


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