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Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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Norfolk: Brundall, Parish Church of St Lawrence

O.S. TG 322084

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nVI 2b.

2b. Roundel: St Lawrence, who stands tonsured and vested as a deacon, facing to sinister, holding an open book in his right hand and his gridiron in the left. He is placed on chequered paving before a Renaissance archway in a low wall; in the background is a hilly landscape with castles. Along the bottom of his fringed dalmatic are the letters '‘SANCT’' in Roman script. Flemish. c.1530 – c.1540. White glass, with trace line, thin matt wash, relieving, and yellow stain. Whole and in excellent condition.
d 0.235m
G. King & Son (1960, col. trans., CVMA inv. no. 010830)

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