A1155. Church stained glass leaded window. Possibly St Matthew or St. John (the Evangelist)


I am advised the depiction maybe St Matthew, or St. John (the Evangelist).

Frame 596mm (width) x 1234mm (height) x 48mm (depth)
Glass 517 x 1138mm
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Weight: 12kg.

Condition – 9 small pieces are cracked – all glass is intact.  7 are in one of the bottom border sides. The other two are in random places. Very hard to spot. See all photos.

The following information is from the previous owner’s advertisement which I feel gives a fair description:

Please note – several years ago, I had the stained glass panel framed in a modern wooden frame. When I had it framed I had the top left and right sections added to make up the rectangular frame shape (the upper parts above the red glass border outline). This added detail is also Victorian glass.

DATE – The style of picture and the painting design suggests this is late 19th century. I bought this many years ago and the original location (most likely a church) was unknown. It may well be c. 1880, but possibly earlier or slightly later. The added glass towards the top of the frame is also 19th century. The wooden frame is modern.

The glass has many colours and is very vibrant. The glass has lovely antique qualities such as wavy surfaces and air bubbles. When I had this framed several years ago, there was some leadwork replaced and some minor cracks leaded. There are a very small number of tiny cracks in the outer border area. There is a small chip in the glass (which hasn’t resulted in a crack through the glass). My comment: the eclectic use of parts is what is referred to as a “medley window”.

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