• st.john the baptist church, cirencester, glos.

    figures made of c15 and c16 fragments , now in the lady chapel

  • yaxley church, suffolk

    one of two good c16 panels in the side of the light box screen under the tower arch, the other covered by the door post, which should be moved. the light swith is low down besides the door.

  • yaxley church, suffolk

    lively bird quarries, late c14 maybe, in east window


  • yaxley church, suffolk

    c15 lion mask quarry in east window

  • yaxley church, suffolk

    rebus of alice lyhart, wife of richard yaxley, whose father donated the porch, next to a good bishop's head , some of the c15 and c16 glass collected into a light box screen under the tower arch. the switch is low down to the right of the door

  • yaxley church, suffolk

    st.katherine with sword and wheel, late c15, south aisle


  • yaxley church, suffolk

    under the tower arch a screen contains some c15 and c16 glass, acting as a light box, with the switch low down to the right of the door. it took me three visits before I found it.

  • yaxley church, suffolk

    the east window was filled with old glass when the chancel had been rebuilt in the c19; with some late c13, c14 and c17 glass backing c15 and c16 figures.

  • tolleshunt d'arcy church, essex

    interior of the early c16 d'arcy chapel on the north side of the church. church locked, no keyholder. there are bits of old glass in the chapel window, and palimpsest brasses displayed on the walls.


  • anstey church, herts.

    the east window glass comemmorates victoria's jubilee of 1887. the c19 tracery is in between two c13 blind lancets containing the remains of c16 crowned glory murals.

  • wetherden church, suffolk

    the upper tracery of the c14 east window contains some mediaeval glass amongst c19 fragments, with c14 angels, st. james and a good seated figure, as well as a group of c16 donors.

  • wetherden church, suffolk

    the c14 east window contains glass by hughes of 1863 in the lower lights: above in the tracery fragments of mediaeval and c19 glass have been mixed to good effect, many windows having been blown out in the war.


  • earsham church , norfolk

    english c15 king

  • east harling church , norfolk

    heraldic glass of c.1525 in the east window, with the lovell's red squirrel amongst victorian flowers. he was brought from elsewhere in the church

  • wimborne minster dorset

    the east windows are rich but willful work of c.1250, with good heads and dogtooth . the glass is a mix of c16 flemish and c19 willement.


  • wimborne minster, dorset

    the east windows are rich but willful work of c.1250, with good heads and dogtooth . the glass is a mix of c16 flemish and c19 willement.

  • wimborne minster, dorset

    the central eastern window in the mid c13 chancel is full of c16 flemish glass, completed in the c19

  • athelhampton hall, dorset

    the oriel in the late c15 great hall contains armorial glass, some original of the c16, some restored in the c19


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