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Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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Norfolk: Lammas (Lamas), Parish Church of St Andrew

O.S. TG 245233

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sII A1.

A1. Shield of Ingham, Per pale or and vert a cross recercelé gules, set on modern plain quarry glazing. Thick matt wash, relieving. Pot blue-green, yellow and flashed-ruby glass. 1281 – c.1327, probably c.1281 – c.1300. Complete, except for one piece of the sinister azure field; heavy external corrosion, repair leads, cracks (stuck edge-to-edge), plated.
h 0.305m, w 0.255m (shield only)
G. King & Son (col. trans., CVMA inv. nos. 011718, 011719)

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