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Window: 10, N Transept N , St John Evangelist, Lacey Green

Location in Church:
N Transept N
Type:
3 lights
Size (width x height):
6' 7" x 10' 10" or 2.00m x 3.30m
Subject(s):
Coats of Arms.
Subject(s) - Notes:
The Arms represent some of the original benefactors of the church.
Date Made:
1825
Date Made - Notes:
The heraldic panels were in place for the dedication service on 3rd July 1825.
Craftsman:
Craftsman - Notes:
The cost of the painted heraldic glass panels was £153 and 9 shillings.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Lipscomb "History and Antiquities of Buckinghamshire", 1847.
Donated by:
All Benefactors of original church.
Notes on Window:
The 1825 heraldic glass shows the arms of some of the benefactors who contributed to building the church. The use of their arms in this way was probably encouraged by one of the Trustees, Sir George Nayler who lived at Bradenham Manor. He was Garter Principal King of Arms from 1822-1831. More...

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Upper 3 lights (Armorial Panels 1 to 17).
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Lower 3 lights (Armorial Panels 18 to 29).
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Key to Numbering of Armorial Panels (1 to 29)
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Panel Numbers showing Donors whose Arms are in Window 10
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Upper LH Light - Panels 1 to 4. (Click thumbnail to show/hide 4 detail image thumbnails)
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Upper RH Light - Panels 5 to 13. (Click thumbnail to show/hide 9 detail image thumbnails)
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Upper Centre Light - Panels 14 to 17.
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Lower Centre Light (top half) - Panels 18 to 23. (Click thumbnail to show/hide 6 detail image thumbnails)
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Lower Centre Light (lower half) - Panels 24 to 29. (Click thumbnail to show/hide 6 detail image thumbnails)
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Window from the outside, showing its unusual metal window frame which was one of seven originally made for the large windows of the Georgian church.
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This interior view shows another very unusual feature of this particular window, which was double glazed.
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