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Window: 06, Nave N, St Peter, Ilmer

Important Church Note:
Ilmer is also known as Longwick-cum-Ilmer
Location in Church:
Nave N
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
3' 6" x 4' 2" or 1.06m x 1.28m
Subject(s):
The Good Samaritan
Date Faculty Granted:
27 February 1933
Date Made:
1933
Craftsman:
Craftsman - Notes:
J E Nuttgen's son made windows 03 and 04 at Ilmer.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Library of the British Society of Master Glass Painters
Makers Mark
Dedicated to:
Mary Clara Jaques †1932 More...
Donated by:
Friends and local residents, who admired her charitable deeds and friendship.
Makers Mark on Window:
Makers Mark - Notes:
Makers Mark: - This window was designed & made by J E Nuttgens at North Dean High Wycombe (date illegible).
Notes on Window:
There was obviously so much admiration for Mary Clara Jaques, that we have compiled a special report which is available as a pdf here. (Opens in a new window)

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass, showing the Parable of The Good Samaritan.
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Quotation across top of window: "And when he saw him he had compassion on him" (Luke 10:33)
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Scene of "The Good Samaritan". On the top left we see the Priest and Levite passing by.
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LH light: The robbed man is on the ground looking very sad.
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RH light: The Good Samaritan tends to the robbed man, whilst his animal stands by to tke him to the Inn.
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Inscription across base of window.
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Arms beside inscription with motto "Esse Quam Videri" meaning "To be, rather than to seem".
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Makers Mark (in extremely small characters)
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The Makers Mark is in such small characters, it is illustrated here with a Pound Coin for comparison.
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