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A Victorian three light stained glass window,

Removed from St. Georges Church, Perry Hill, London, by Percy Bacon and Rupert Corbould of Hemming & Co, c.1895

£18,000 + VAT

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A Victorian three light stained glass window,

Removed from St. Georges Church, Perry Hill, London, by Percy Bacon and Rupert Corbould of Hemming & Co, c.1895

the three trefoil arched panels depicting St. Patrick, St.  of Canterbury and St. Columba,

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Dimensions: 330cm (130") High, 200cm (78¾") Wide
Stock code: 23667
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St. Patrick robed in a blue pearl-embroidered chasuble wears a jeweled mitre and pearl-embroidered gloves. His left hand holds a crozier, embellished in the crook with a dove, emblem of the Holy Spirit. In his right hand is a spray of shamrock.

St. Augustine of Canterbury, the gold merse of his red cope with jeweled orphreys, is ornamented with the figure of Christ the King, seated and bearing the orb. He wears a jeweled mitre and in his left hand is a cross with crucifix.

St. Columba robed in a blue jeweled cope and mitre he holds in his left hand a crozier with the sacred monogram in the crook. His right hand holds a church.

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