Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi

Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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Full Record: CVMA inv. no. 007205

Location

Place
Grateley
Site/Monument
St Leonard
County (in 1974)
Hampshire
NGR
SU 276 419
Building Type (current)
Parish church
Building Type (to 1530)
Parish church

Window

Window Description
Nave, south window
Panel Description
Main-light panel

History and Form

Part
Main-light panel
Century (from)
Early 13th c
Century (to)
Mid 13th c
Country of Origin
Great Britain
Place of Origin
Salisbury (Wiltshire): Salisbury Cathedral

Drawings, Diagrams and Other Media

Medium
Drawing or watercolour
Creator
Winston, C
Inscription
'Grateley Church, Hants./ January 1850/ C.W./ The glass used is thin for the period. The blue glass varies from this [3mm-deep cross-section] to this [1.5mm-deep cross-section] in thickness: - The red glass averages this thickness [3mm-deep cross-section]; the black line [1mm deep] denoting the depth of the colouring matter. It is all more or less streaky. The glass origionally [sic] belonged to Salisbury Cathedral.'
Date
1850
Measurements
h 79.2cm, w 67cm
Copyright
The British Library
Location
London, British Library, Add MS 35211, I
Reference
f.159

Image

CVMA inv. no.
007205
Copyright
The British Library
Format
Colour transparency (35mm)
Image Date
1997
Image Location
The British Library
Image Reference
68919
Negative Reference
68919

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