Buckinghamshire Stained Glass

Stained glass window 711 in St Giles, Chalfont St Giles

Maker: Kempe C E     and Tombleson A E     Year: 16th c. & 1894

Location: S Aisle W     Type: 2 lights

Mark: Yes     Mark type: 1

Attribution: Marks & Faculty

Dedicatee: Rev. Charles Lloyd, his widow and 2 sons.     Donor: F Aylmer Lloyd (a son)

Subject: Healing of the lame man at gate of temple

Comments: Contains Tombleson logo in main light. as well as Kempe's.
The dog in the foreground is said to be Kempe's.
Similar to window in Lichfield Cathedral. Tracery lights are old glass

Photograph:   111-17 Larger photograph of stained glass window

Mark:   111-18 Larger photograph of stained glass window

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