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Window: 12, N aisle N (E), St Mary, Haversham

Location in Church:
N aisle N (E)
Type:
2 lights
Subject(s):
2 Angels, one standing and one kneeling and pouring water from a pitcher
Subject(s) - Notes:
The theme of the window is Psalm 104 (O Lord my God, you are very Great). This window shows the goodness and greatness of God in his Creation, by combining rural and coastal scenes.
Date Made:
1977
Craftsman:
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Donor
Makers Mark
Dedicated to:
Giles Otley Gurney Randall †1974 More...
Donated by:
Randall Family More...
Makers Mark on Window:

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Two main lights, with an Angel in each one.
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LH light: The Angel is shown bringing light and warmth to the earth, shining down on a crop of wheat.
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LH light: A close-up shows the Angel's wings are made of different coloured feathers. In the background is the coast.
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RH light: Rural scene with an Angel below.
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RH light: The Angel is pouring water from a pitcher into a stream. "He sends the springs into the valleys" (Psalm 104:10).
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RH light: Rural Scene with farm animals and church on a hill, with an apple tree on the right.
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Tracery: The scene with the apple tree continues into the sky in the tracery, where blackbirds have made a nest on the left.
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Base of window: Wheat growing and stream flowing, Inscription, and below a Quotation from Psalm 104:31.
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Makers Mark for Doritie Kettlewell
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