Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches


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Window: 01, East, Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Moulsoe

Location in Church:
East
Type:
Tracery above 3 lights
Subject(s):
Lamb with banner of glory, Agnus Dei, surrounded by 5 angels
Date Made:
1895
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Parish Newsletter, October 1895 (date), and Buildings of England: Buckinghamshire, N Pevsner & E Williamson, 1994
Notes on Window:
Stained glass is only in the "Rose window style" tracery. The 3 lights below have plain glass which now looks rather unusual. More...

 


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Window in Situ
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Window in Situ, from outside to show the heavy plate tracery of William Burges.
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Overall View of Glass
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Tracery, in the pattern of a Rose Window.
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Centre of tracery: Lamb of God bearing the Flag of Victory. The Lamb stands on an altar inscribed with the opening of the Agnus Dei liturgy.
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Top of tracery: Angel praying
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Upper left of tracery: Angel playing harp
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Upper right of tracery: Angel playing cymbals
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Lower left of tracery: First Angel censing
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Lower right of tracery: Second Angel censing
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