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Simon K Jun 23
A final set of St John the Baptist meeting the infant Christ in on this his Nativity, 24/6. Delightful scene by Clayton & Bell, 1870s, at Pebmarsh, Essex, in 17th Century continental at Nowton, Suffolk, & alarmingly restored 15th Century English at Martham, Norfolk.
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Scottish Glass Society Jun 24
Self-Portrait Dreaming of Portavadie Pinkie Maclure, 2019 Flashed glass - sandblasted, engraved, painted and layered, with glass beads. Find out more about Maclure's work at
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Eton College Museums Jun 24
Day 24 comes alive with , this panel of glass that was originally in Eton College Chapel looks stunning in the museum
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Posy Hill Jun 25
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BSMGP Jun 23
Portrait of the young in by (c.1897) for her Jubilee, at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in ~ identified by Peter Cormack FSA
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Simon K Jun 20
More Pelicans in their Piety for . In a 17th Century continental Charity scene at Madingley, Cambs, Robert Anning Bell of 1917 at Deene, Northants, 15th Century at Risby, Suffolk, and Leonard Evetts again, this time at Orwell, Cambs, 1958.
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Ian Ebbage Jun 19
Sun-soaked colours of a French , in the by Georges Baillon in the church of Estaing in the
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Simon K Jun 20
One last lot of Pelicans, symbols of the Eucharist, for this . by Kempe & Co of 1907 at Nacton, Ipswich, detail on the 15th Century tomb of Robert Harling at East Harling, Norfolk, and on reredoses at Great Casterton, Rutland and Welborne, Norfolk.
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memento cori Jun 19
Lovely vibrant detailed from St Walburge's in Preston, on a very summery day, roughly 30 minutes ago! 😂
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Simon K Jun 23
Nativity of John the Baptist. A familiar representation in church art is the saint meeting the infant Christ for the first time. Here in detail & full by Martin Travers, 1929, at Haddiscoe, Norfolk, the church itself in the background.
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Simon K Jun 20
The Pelican in her Piety on this Feast of , a symbol of the Eucharist. 19th Century tiles at Stanstead, Suffolk, of 1970 by Leonard Evetts at Alford, Lincs, headstone at Père Lachaise, Paris and a 15th Century bench end at Great Bealings, Suffolk.
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sasha ward Jun 19
It was nice to see a guardian angel today. By Jasper & Molly Kettlewell, tiny window in St. Mary Cray
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rich welsh Jun 21
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Victorian Web Jun 23
You can find out about Dundee's heroine Mary Slessor from this very special window by William Aikman (1868-1959)
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Posy Hill Jun 19
Overcast again here, have some sunshine from Ledbury, Much Marcle, Hereford Cathedral & Croft
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My PSVITA & Switch 19h
New pot for a gift in progress :)
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Associated Crafts Willet Hauser 10h
Our staff seem to be right at home working on these intricate pieces! They require hours upon hours of detailed work and if you can't already tell, they not only love their job, but they are great at it! Wouldn't you agree?
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Nancy Johnston 23h
Glasgow style in St Conan’s Kirk, Loch Awe but no mention of artist.
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Elizabeth HC 13h
A whole new scheme of ten windows for this freshly dedicated, Ancient church on the Cumbria/Northumberland border. Stained Glass elements by local nonagenarian artist, Christine Boyce, glazing all by Eden Stained Glass... A unique project in many ways!
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