Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi

Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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C1. Eyelet filling with medieval plain blue glass. Repair lead.
h 0.08m, w 0.05m

C2. Eyelet filling with medieval pot-yellow.
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C3. Eyelet filling with trace-line pattern on medieval ruby glass.
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C4. Eyelet filling with fragments of medieval blue drapery.
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D1. Fragments, including a male head facing to sinister and micro-architecture; c.1420 – c.1430. Ruby, pot-blue, green, and white glass, some with yellow-stain ornament, a fragment of 16th-c light-blue glass with painted feathers, a piece of purple glass with a plant painted in trace-line, and two white barbed roses, one with yellow stain. One piece of blue has yellow-stain decoration. All c.1530. The white glass suffers from external corrosion and paint loss; one piece of blue cracked.
h 0.47m, w 0.25m

D2. Fragments, including a piece of blackletter inscription, part of a patterned quarry, and some unidentified decoration on white glass and blue glass; c.1420 – c.1430. Also the head and shoulders of a nimbed young male figure facing to sinister, blue drapery, part of a large white barbed rose, ruby, pot-blue, purple, and white glass; 16th-c. The head and quarry suffer from medium-heavy corrosion, and the white glass from paint loss.
h 0.47m, w 0.25m

D3. Fragments, including parts of two large wings, one green and the other white, part of an eagle standing against a wall holding a swag of Renaissance ornament in its beak, part of a figure in a white surplice holding a black staff, part of a patterned quarry, white glass with yellow-stain details, plain and diapered blue, green drapery, ruby and purple. 15th/16th-c.
h 0.47m, w 0.25m

D4. Fragments, including the foliage filling of a foil; white glass, with yellow stain and plain blue; 15th-c. Parts of two Tudor double roses in a twisted-rope border; one single rose (argent, barbed and seeded or); a fleur-de-lys on white glass with yellow stain; part of a hand on white glass; part of a feathered angel with knotted scarf, perhaps associated with the wings in D3; micro-architecture; blue diaper and drapery; and ruby drapery; all 16th-c.
h 0.47m, w 0.25m

E1. Fragments, including parts of a patterned quarry and a border piece, blue drapery, and micro-architecture; 15th-c. Also a green and a white wing, similar to those in D3; micro-architecture; plain and diapered blue; and green glass, possibly diapered; all 16th-c.
h 0.50m, w 0.24m

E2. Fragments, including four pieces of blackletter text: 'mi', ' [illegible] et', 'qui co(n)ce[ptus est] ', 32 and one illegible. Also the left arm with white mantle and hand of a figure; a border piece with yellow stain; micro-architecture; some foliage diaper; and plain blue; 15th-c. Also a Y-shaped orange motif in yellow stain set on a blue background the shape of the third quarter of a shield; blue diaper; green-blue wing as in D3; and white glass with yellow-stain decoration; all 16th-c.
h 0.50m, w 0.24m

F1. Fragments, including part of the second quarter of a shield with Sable four lozenges conjoined in a lozenge shape ermine a border engrailed argent (Haultoft) , from nIV or nV; part of a small standing figure, probably an angel, dressed in white with yellow-stain hair; micro-architecture, including a trefoil canopy top; two green columns with lozenge pattern; part of a church interior with leaded windows; and ruby, blue, and pink drapery; all 16th-c. Some paint loss and corrosion and a bodged hole on the right.
h 0.59m, w 0.26m

F2. Fragments, including a small male head facing to dexter in white glass with yellow stain; two pieces of illegible blackletter script; and microarchitecture; 15th-c. Micro-architecture with Renaissance ornament, and ruby, blue, and purple drapery; 16th-c. Paint loss and corrosion on white pieces.
h 0.59m, w 0.26m

G1. Fragments, including micro-architecture; plain and diapered blue; and ruby; 16th-c.
h 0.26m, w 0.22m

G2. Fragments, including blue-seaweed diaper and micro-architecture. 15th-c.
h 0.26m, w 0.22m

H1. Fragments, including blue-seaweed diaper and micro-architecture; 15th-c. The right arm and hand of a figure holding a rod-like object; micro-architecture; and ruby; 16th-c.
h 0.31m, w 0.22m

H2. Fragments, including a piece with a small hand; blue-seaweed diaper; and micro-architecture; 15th-c. A piece of illegible blackletter or Renaissance script, and plain ruby; 16th-c.
h 0.31m, w 0.22m

I1. Fragments, including a lion’s head holding the end of a scroll in its mouth, probably from a panel with St Mark and his attribute as Evangelist; part of a nimbed young head; seaweed diaper; part of a yellow-stain sunburst; micro-architecture; and blue drapery; 15th-c. Hair from a male head; ruby diaper; and micro-architecture; 16th-c. There is a hole, and the 15th-c white glass is heavily corroded.
h 0.46m, w 0.25m

I2. Fragments, including part of an angel dressed in white with a stringed instrument; a sunburst; clifflets; and micro-architecture; 15th-c. Also a crown in white glass with yellow stain lying on the ground, almost certainly from one of the Magi originally in nV; part of chequered pedestal; micro-architecture; and blue diaper; 16th-c. Repair lead on sunburst; some paint loss; hole in a piece of 15th-c micro-architecture.
h 0.46m, w 0.25m

J1. Fragments, including a sunburst with yellow stain; part of a figure in white including the right arm; micro-architecture, including one piece with blue background; a further piece of blue from a foil; and ruby; 15th-c. Also a hand holding a book with yellow-stain decoration; blue drapery; a yellow bird with part of a scroll; part of a similar brown one with a scroll; and part of a third; 16th-c. 33 The 15th-c blue is very corroded; two repair leads on the sunburst.
h 0.62m, w 0.25m

J2. Fragments, including a sunburst; blue-seaweed diaper; drapery and micro-architecture, including one piece with blue background; 15th-c. Also a piece of beaded fillet from a costume or crown; micro-architecture; and diaper pattern with relieved circles 16th-c. Repair lead on sunburst; some corrosion and paint loss on white glass and blue drapery.
h 0.62m, w 0.26m

Chapel of St Nicholas (Fincham Chapel)


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nV 1–2b

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nV 1–2b

1–2b. The nimbed and crowned dark-skinned Balthasar stands facing slightly to dexter in front of a green diapered background with twisted-chain side-shafts and bases on a chequered pedestal. He is richly dressed and wears a purple tippet with beaded collar and yellow-stain edge and long purple mantle edged with yellow fur (from the sleeves of which protrude yellow slashed sleeves) over a light-blue tunic with ruby edging, as well as a belt, purse, purple hose, and ruby shoes. In his left hand he carries a large gilt-covered cup to which he points with his right hand. Trace-line, stipple-shading, matt washes and relieving of highlights and diaper pattern. Yellow stain on nimbus, crown, edge of tippet and fur edging, and side-shafts and bases. c.1520 – c.1530. Panel complete except for the right side of the crown, one or two small inserted fragments on the right side of the diapered background, and much of the pedestal floor, now made up with fragments, including part of a barrel and micro-architecture. 34 Much of the figure suffers from slight to medium paint loss, more severe on the fur edging; several repair leads on the diaper and mantle. The glass was cleaned and releaded by G. King & Son in 1965–66, when the cracked headed of Balthazar was stuck edge to edge and plated on the outside; since then, there has been a build-up of dirt and some green algae on the outside of this window, particularly at the bottom.
h 1.41m, w 0.48m

3b. A demi-figure of an angel carrying a shield, Gules a chevron or between three leopards’ faces argent (Carvile), impaling quarterly 1 & 4, Argent three bars sable over all a bend ermine charged with a mullet pierced sable for difference (Fincham), 2 & 3, Sable four lozenges conjoined in a lozenge shape ermine a border engrailed argent (Haultoft) . 35 The angel has blue-green wings, wears a yellow surplice, and stands in a Renaissance architectural setting with purple capitals, ruby pendant bosses, and blue columns and soffits. The background is blue. The panel is topped with an arch of twisted chain enclosing some indistinct pieces of ornament. Technique as 1–2b. c.1520 – c.1530. The angel’s head has been broken and patched, and the lower background has been replaced with clear glass; the upper corners of the square section are intrusions of medieval micro-architecture; the figure and shield suffer from paint-loss and corrosion; above the arch are modern plain quarries.
h 0.06m, w 0.48m

Lady Chapel (Beaupré Chapel)


A1. A fictive scroll in white glass with yellow-stain edging, set on a ruby background. Early 16th-c. The scroll is cracked, has repair leads and an insertion of glass with a fragment of An eagle displayed sable on a field argent; 36 ruby ground patched with a piece of ruby drapery and a fragment of white glass at the base.
h 0.75m, w 0.17m

A2. As A1, but reversed. The fictive scroll is patched with a fragment of a 15th-c scroll with blackletter inscription, with part of one letter visible, and a yellow fragment. The blue background is mostly original in the upper part, but patched below with 15th-c century blue drapery and seaweed diaper, both inside-out, and micro-architecture. Some corrosion on the earlier glass and a repair lead on the scroll; drapery and diaper pieces are inside-out.
h 0.74m, w 0.18m

B1. Part of a truncated figure of Caspar, from nV, consisting of the left arm and shoulder, wearing a green cape with yellow-stain edging on white glass and a fur-trimmed ruby mantle over a blue robe, the hand holding a large gilt-covered cup surmounted by a cross. 37 The figure stands against a background of white glass covered with a thin matt wash, from which is relieved a diaper pattern. On the same glass is painted a border of a yellow-stain rod, around which is a spiral beaded ribbon. c.1520 – c.1530. The figure and background are patched with medieval fragments, the cup, border, and background suffer from exterior pitting and paint loss, and the white background and cup are cracked; top made up with some blue 15th-c seaweed diaper.
h 0.79m, w 0.23m

B2. A panel of fragments, including the arms of the diocese or bishopric of Ely, Gules three coronets or (recorded in nIII), on a shield that probably hung from the tree below it, 38 and a nimbed and winged angel, which probably supported it, wearing a white surplice with yellow-stain stole crossed over the chest. Other fragments include a bird with a scroll on a relieved diaper ground; ruby and blue drapery; ruby diaper; and rod-and-ribbon border; all early 16th-c. 39 Also micro-architecture, blue seaweed diaper, and a yellow-stain sunburst; all early 15th-c. The bird, angel, and shield are cracked, and the latter has repair leads.
h 0.79m, w 0.23m

B3. A panel of fragments, including a figure of the crowned and nimbed Virgin Mary wearing a robe with rosette pattern and holding the nimbed and swaddled child before her. To the right is a hand nailed to the cross from a Crucifixion, and below on the left is a standing figure facing right of a nimbed female saint wearing a veil and a blue mantle over a white robe with hands held together in prayer, and on the right a young nimbed male figure in a green mantle over a white robe with yellow-stain hem. Finely drawn trace-line and stippling with relieved highlights and a dark yellow stain. c.1420 – c.1430. There are lesser fragments of blue and ruby drapery, micro-architecture, seaweed diaper, and part of a scroll of the same date. All set beneath an in situ low canopy top of the early 16th-c; also a fragment of blue diaper and one of chequered paving of the same date. Black paint with stippling and orange-yellow stain. The 15th-c glass suffers from external corrosion and some paint loss.
h 0.79m, w 0.24m

B4. St Edward the Confessor stands under a low canopy with side-shafting against a blue diapered screen facing to dexter, nimbed and crowned, wearing a white tippet and robe with yellow-stain cuffs and ruby mantle, holding a sceptre in his left hand and a ring in his right. 40 Black paint with trace-line and stipple and relieved highlights. c.1515 – c.1525. The bottom part of the panel is fragmentary and patched with a similar but inverted canopy top and other pieces of micro-architecture. The in situ canopy top has one insertion from a similar canopy, and the right side-shaft is patched with fragments; one piece of the diaper background replaced with a medieval fragment; good condition, apart from a few repair leads.
h 0.79m, w 0.25m

B5. A fragmentary composite figure with the head and shoulders of an Apostle or young male saint, nimbed and facing to sinister, with fragmentary drapery and left arm, all on white glass with yellow-stain hair and drapery, with trace-line, stipple, and relieved highlights (early 16th-c), placed on the lower half of a figure of St ?John the Baptist wearing a white mantle with yellow-stain scalloped hem over an animal skin open to reveal his bare legs. The figure stands on a polygonal pedestal against a blue diapered background. Technique as A5. c.1515 – c.1525. Fragments of 16th-c blue and ruby drapery and 15th-c seaweed diaper make up the panel around the head; a hole on the right leg has been bodged with a stuck-on piece of clear glass; the early 16th-c glass in the top half suffers from external corrosion.
h 0.79m, w 0.25m

B6. A panel of fragments. Shield of St George, Argent a cross gules (recorded in nIII), which hangs by a strap from a tree; the argent field has a delicate diaper pattern relieved from a matt wash. Also some pieces of ruby, blue, and white drapery with yellow stain; early 16th-c. Above and to the left are the head, shoulders, and hands of a nimbed female figure facing to sinister with hands together, wearing a white robe. On the right is a nimbed male head facing to dexter in profile, with part of the left shoulder and hand. Around these two figures are parts of a rocky landscape with a yellow tree; these may form part of an original panel with the two figures. On the left near the bottom is a hand and yellow-stain drapery and at the top is a yellow-stain sunburst. All c.1420 – c.1430. The section with the shield and tree is inside-out; exterior corrosion, especially on the white glass; some paint loss.
h 0.79m, w 0.22m

B7. A made-up figure of a female saint, consisting of fragments, some of which may belong together. The head is nimbed and crowned, has long hair and faces slightly to sinister. Hands emerge to left and right from the sleeves of a yellow-stain mantle, the left one holding an unidentifiable attribute. It may have originally come from the same cartoon as the figure of St Martina in D5. The rest of the panel is made up with ruby, blue, and white drapery with yellow-stain decoration, rod-and-ribbon border, micro-architecture, and blue-diapered background. Technique as A5. c.1515 – c.1525. Also blue drapery, blue-seaweed diaper, micro-architecture, and part of a sunburst; c.1420 – c.1430. The right side of the head is broken and patched; the 16th-c glass in the lower part has internal corrosion and paint loss; hole at the bottom.
h 0.79m, w 0.24m

B8. The nimbed St Ursula stands facing to dexter against a ruby-diapered background, wearing a soft white hat, a close-fitting robe with white body and shoulders hemmed and fringed with yellow stain, over a long-sleeved green under-dress, and holding an arrow in her right hand, the point down. 41 From the same cartoon as St Faith in C4. Technique as A5. c.1515 – c.1525. The lower part of the robe has been replaced by ruby drapery of the same date, and fragments of side-shafting and misplaced canopy may be original to the panel. The rest is made up with fragments of c.1420 – c.1430 of micro-architecture, blue seaweed diaper, and a yellow-stain sunburst. Some external corrosion, mainly on the earlier fragments, and a little paint loss on the later glass.
h 0.79m, w 0.25m

C1. Fragments of micro-architecture, blue, ruby, and green. Trace-line, matt wash, and stipple-shading. c.1500 – c.1530. Also two pieces of 15th-c micro-architecture and one of blue. Corrosion and some paint loss on 16th-c glass.
h 0.44m, w 0.29m

C2. Fragments, including a piece of white glass appearing to depict the end of a tassel, a sword sheath, and a circular shield with a cross on it, perhaps from a narrative scene. Also rod-and-leaf border, seaweed diaper, micro-architecture (all 15th-c), and part of a scroll, ruby glass, and micro-architecture (16th-c). Corrosion and paint loss.
h 0.45m, w 0.31m

D1. St Olaf, crowned and nimbed, stands facing to sinister against a ruby-diapered background on a chequered pedestal, wearing a white tippet and mantle with scalloped yellow-stain hem over a ruby robe with furred cuffs, and holding a sceptre in his right hand over his shoulder and a yellow loaf in his left. 42 Technique as A5, same cartoon for the figure, but reversed, as B3 and B4. c.1515 – c.1525. The background diaper is patched with 16th-c ruby drapery and 15th-c ruby seaweed and other diaper, and the pedestal with15th-c micro-architecture. The mantle, diaper, and background are cracked. Some corrosion and paint-loss on the white glass; the ruby has lost its flash in a few places.
h 0.59m, w 0.25m

D2. St Oswald crowned and nimbed stands facing to dexter against a ruby-diapered background in a low canopied niche with yellow-stain capitals and pinnacle, wearing a white tippet and mantle with scalloped yellow-stain hem over a ruby robe with furred cuffs, holding a sceptre in his left hand and a covered cup in his right. 43 Technique as A5, same cartoon for the figure as A6. c.1515 – c.1525. The blue diaper is patched with plain blue, blue-seaweed diaper, and micro-architecture, and the side-shafting on the right has an intruded fragment of micro-architecture; pedestal missing and replaced with more micro-architecture; sceptre cracked; small hole at the bottom of the robe; a little corrosion on the figure and diaper.
h 0.59m, w 0.25m

D3. St Walstan nimbed, as B3, but carrying a sceptre in his right hand and a scythe across his left shoulder. 44 He stands on a chequered pedestal. Technique as A5. c.1515 – c.1525. The side-shafting seen in B3 is missing; blue diaper extended to right and left and replaced by blue drapery to the left of and above the head; top cusp filled with 15th-c blue-seaweed diaper; drapery on the left arm has been replaced by a piece of intruded medieval drapery; good condition, apart from cracks on the pedestal and mantle.
h 0.59m, w 0.26m

D4. St Laurence nimbed and tonsured stands facing to dexter against a ruby-diaper background that fits the opening, on a plain pedestal, wearing deacon’s vestments (including a blue dalmatic) decorated with yellow stain, and holding a book in his left hand and a grid-iron in the right. 45 Technique as A5. c.1515 – c.1525. One piece of the ruby diaper above the head is replaced by an insertion of ruby glass, and there are two large fragments of 16th-c glass intruded between the book and the apparel, one with a drapery pattern; otherwise in good condition, except for open cracks on the grid-iron, book, pedestal, and alb, and a repair lead.
h 0.59m, w 0.26m

D5. St Martina nimbed and veiled stands in a similar setting to B5 facing slightly to sinister, wearing a blue mantle with yellow sleeves over a white robe, holding a two-pronged fork in her left hand, prongs downward, and supporting her bare right breast with the other. 46 Technique as A5. c.1515 – c.1525. Complete, except for two small missing pieces replaced by intrusions bottom right, and possibly a piece of blue glass with yellow stain on the left shoulder; a little corrosion.
h 0.59m, w 0.24m

D6. St Stephen nimbed and tonsured, as B5, except that the diapered background is blue, holding stones in his right hand. His dalmatic is ruby with green fringes, his hair is yellow, and he stands under a low canopy with side shafting, as B3. 47 Technique as A5. There are splashes of yellow stain on the drapery, canopy, and diaper, and intrusions of medieval glass above the head, possibly on the left arm and in the right side-shaft; good condition, except for cracks on the lower part of the vestment, side-shaft and book, and some slight paint loss.
h 0.59m, w 0.26m

E1. Fragments of ruby drapery and white glass with ornament. 16th-c. Corrosion.
h 0.20m, w 0.16m

E2. Fragments, including part of a chequered black and yellow pedestal with the first part of a scroll bearing 'an(us) ' and a piece of micro-architecture. Early 16th-c. Some paint loss on the pedestal and a hole at the top.
h 0.18m, w 0.16m

F1. A shield of arms, Azure a chalice or surmounted by a host proper, set on an orange background with diagonal stripes and a beaded edge. The field is unpainted, the chalice and background are painted with an orange-yellow stain, and the host with a lemon-coloured stain. Trace-line, stipple-shading and relieving are used. c.1515 – c.1525. Part of the foot of the chalice is patched with a piece of the orange striped background, and the chalice and blue background are cracked and have repair leads.
h 0.35m, w 0.25m

F2. A shield of the Five Wounds, Gules a heart between two hands in chief and two feet in base, all wounded, argent, set on a striped orange-yellow background with beaded edge. The field is plain and the wounds have trace-line, stipple-shading, and relieved highlights. c.1515 – c.1525. Much of the background is replaced by fragments, including a canopy finial at the top. The heart has been replaced by a piece of 15th-c white drapery that has suffered paint loss; ruby field cracked.
h 0.35m, w 0.26m

G1. God the Father sits facing to dexter, nimbed and with a papal tiara, on a throne that originally extended into the light to the left and on which the Virgin Mary sat. There is a ruby-diapered background, with the top finial of a canopy in the foil. He wears a tippet with scalloped yellow-stain edge and a blue mantle over a yellow-stain robe, and holds a tri-partite globe surmounted by a cross in his left hand and blesses with his right. Technique as A5, with very fine relieving of the hair and two distinct shades of yellow stain, one of which is brown and may be sanguine. c.1515 – c.1525. There are splashes of yellow stain on the blue mantle. The finial is presumably an intrusion, as are two pieces of plain ruby in the diaper background and two fragments below the right hand; otherwise the panel is in good condition, apart from some open cracks on the throne and drapery, and a few repair leads.
h 0.55m, w 0.25m

G2. St Faith nimbed stands facing to dexter against a ruby-diapered screen on a plain pedestal, wearing a soft white and yellow hat, a close-fitting white robe with shoulders hemmed and fringed with yellow stain over a long-sleeved orange-yellow under-dress, and holding a saw in her right hand and a fold of her dress in her left. 48 Technique as A5. c.1515 – c.1525. Panel complete, except for the bottom right corner, which is patched with ruby diaper, plain ruby, and a piece of micro-architecture, and a small insertion on the left sleeve; open cracks on the chin, breast, sleeve, diaper, and dress; intruded plain ruby is corroded.
h 0.55m, w 0.25m


Part of the creed sentence ‘Qui conceptus est de spiritu sancto, natus ex Maria virgine’, normally associated with St James; see James 1930, p. 218. Return to context
The bird is a finch, a partial rebus for the Fincham family, the patrons of the north chapel and windows nIII–nV. Similar birds are seen here in the glass in sIII B2 and as supporters to shields of the Fincham family on the carved wooden frieze in the Fincham Chapel. A seal of John Fyncham of Fyncham dated 1396/97 bears a shield with three finches; see Blyth 1863, plate between pp. 114 and 115. Return to context
For a possible context of the barrel, see the introduction. Return to context
From nV; see introduction. Return to context
Probably part of the shield recorded in nIV: Fincham impaling Argent a fess gules between three eaglets displayed sable quartering argent three bars wavy sable. This shield is also carved in stone on a corbel in the Fincham Chapel. The Fincham marriage represented by this impalement has not been identified. Return to context
See introduction. Return to context
For the shield, see Corder 1965, col. 247. Return to context
See n. 30 for the significance of the bird. Return to context
For examples of figures of St Edward the Confessor in Norfolk glass and elsewhere, see King 2006, p. 91 n. 124. Return to context
The only other extant figure in medieval glass in Norfolk is in Sandringham Church; see Keyser 1917. For local depictions in other media, see Nichols 2002, pp. 233–34. Return to context
For medieval depictions of St Olaf in Norfolk, see Nichols 2002, pp. 223–24. The only other in glass in the county is at Heacham. Return to context
There are only two other medieval depictions of St Oswald in Norfolk, on the screen at Horsham St Faith, c.1528 (see Nichols 2002, p. 224) and in the Toppes Window of c.1450 – c.1455 at Norwich, St Peter Mancroft (see King 2006, p. 103). Return to context
This is the only depiction of this saint in medieval glass in Norfolk; see Nichols 2002, p. 235, and Twinch 1995 and 2004. Return to context
For medieval representations of St Laurence in Norfolk, see Nichols 2002, pp. 209–10. Return to context
This depiction of St Martina appears to be unique in English medieval glass. The Acta Sanctorum (I, pp. 11–19) give her apocryphal Passio, in which we learn that she was the daughter of a Roman consul who was tortured and martyred under Emperor Alexander in AD 230. She was the patron saint of nursing mothers, which explains why she holds out her breast. Thus may have arisen from the story in her Passio that milk instead of blood came out when her body was cut. In a later part of the Passio, her breasts were torn with iron hooks, hence the two-pronged fork. See also Réau 1955–59, III/3, pp. 918–19. Return to context
The only other depictions in medieval glass in Norfolk are at Norwich, St Peter Mancroft (see King 2006, pp. 24–25), and at Heacham and Harpley. For these and images in other media in the county, see Nichols 2002, pp. 228–30. Return to context
Two extant depictions in glass of this saint in Norfolk have her holding a saw, at Cley in glass of c.1450–60, and at St Peter Mancroft, Norwich, as does the screen at Marsham and the pulpit at Horsham St Faith. See Nichols 2002, p. 194, and King 2006, pp. 64–65. Return to context

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