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Window: 10, West, St Mary, Datchet

Location in Church:
West
Type:
3 lights
Size (width x height):
7' 0" x 15' 1" or 2.14m x 4.60m
Subject(s):
Te Deum, with Angels, Martyrs, Apostles, Prophets, St.Augustine, St.Ambrose, Nativity and Adoration of the Kings.
Subject(s) - Notes:
The Te Deum scene unusually fills most of the complete glass.
Date Made:
1864
Craftsmen:
Craftsman - Notes:
This is one of 8 Lavers & Barraud windows in this church.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Robert Eberhard - (see Introduction)
Dedicated to:
The Glory of God
Donated by:
Mary Ann Crake, Jane and Sophia Sturges, Henry Francis Hall. More...
Notes on Window:
This large W window was obviously made in 1864 for the newly extended Nave.

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Tracery: including St Austin (Augustine), St Ambrose, and Angel musicians, looking down at the Te Deum scene below
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3 lights: Te Deum scene (We Praise Thee O God) is spread across the whole window
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3 lights: The main part of the Te Deum scene with Christ in the centre, enthroned as King among the heavenly crowds
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Centre light: Close up of Christ enthroned
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3 lights: Lower half of Te Deum scene, extending down to the base of the Centre Light
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Lower part of Centre Light: Base of the Te Deum scene
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Lower LH light: Nativity scene (which is relevant to the Te Deum Laudamus)
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Lower RH light: Adoration of the Kings (which is relevant to the Te Deum Laudamus)
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Inscription at base of Centre light: "To the Glory of God - MAC J&SS HFH". Mary Ann Crake, Jane & Sophia Sturges, Henry Francis Hall
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