Stained Glass Windows - St Andrew - Halam, Nottinghamshire
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member SMacB
N 53° 04.929 W 000° 59.336
30U E 634699 N 5883298
Quick Description: Stained glass windows in St Michael the Archangel's church, Halam.
Location: East Midlands, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 8/5/2019 11:53:00 AM
Waymark Code: WM112MZ
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Alfouine
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Long Description:

Stained glass windows in St Michael the Archangel's church, Halam.

"1
Nave north side west end; a single C13th lancet with glass by Morris and Co. of 1919 depicting St Michael with pennant.

Inscription beneath commemorates James Sidney Stubbs, killed in the Great War on 21 October 1918.

2 Nave north side; a restored C14th two-light window containing glass by Morris and Co. of 1919 showing The Visitation and The Annunciation. The Annunciation is a re-used cartoon by Burne-Jones; the Visitation is by J. Henry Dearle, chief designer for Morris and Co. after 1898. There is a small angel in the upper light.

In memory of Emma Gibson died 1918.

3 Nave north side; a restored C14th three-light window with Nativity scene; in memory of Phyllis Lilian Starkey who died in 1918.

Artist, possibly A J Nicholson

4 Chancel north side; a two-light C14th window containing four major panels of C14th glass with one minor light above.

Minor light: Shield of Boselingthorp: Argent a chevron gules, the chief rayon. The groundwork has acorns in matt and faint yellow. This family, of Boselingthorp, Lincs, held land at Bothamsall, Notts.

West Light, top. St Christopher in a Blue diapered tunic and brown cloak (part made up with yellow glass), garter on right knee, and holds a two-pronged staff in his right hand. With it he spears a fish in the water. Another flat Fish is in the water. He bears on his shoulder the Christ Child who is in white, holding the orb in his left hand and blessing with his right hand. The face and halo are in brown-white, the legs white. The groundwork is in green diaper.

West Light, bottom. Eve naked, with long yellow hair, sits on a white and yellow Gothic stool spinning with distaff in her left hand and shuttle in right hand. The groundwork is in red.

East Light, top. St Blaise. The bishop wears a yellow chasuble, low mitre, no gloves or halo. In his left hand is a golden crozier with natural foliage in its crook. The right hand blessing is lost. Red tunic, blue dalmatic, alb, embroidered shoes and amice, at his foot a hog, probably representing a miracle whereby Blaise caused a wolf to return, unharmed, a widow’s pig which it had stolen. On a label “S. Blasius” in Lombardic lettering. Green diaper groundwork.

East Light, bottom. Adam naked with a loincloth, yellow hair and, beard, digs with a T-handled spade, in green grass. Red ground.

Canopies over all four figures in stiff tabernacle work. They depict a single round headed window within pillars, save one with a late Decorated window. All in pale yellow stain on white. Borders nearly complete. White and gold eagles on a red ground facing alternately. Also parts of Sunrays from elsewhere and green and yellow diagonal stripes.

5 North wall east end; two-light C14 window containing 4 panels. Upper left is Raphael holding rod and fish, upper right Uriel with book. Lower two panels have angels in attendance.

Memorial to William Flint of Halam House.

Artist: in the style of John Hardman of Birmingham.

6 East Window, square-headed two-light window showing Christ Crucified and Christ Risen.

Memorial to William Flint of Halam House.

Artist: in the style of John Hardman of Birmingham.

7 South wall east end; two-light C14 window containing 4 panels. Upper left is Michael with sword, upper right Gabriel with lily all in company with angels.

Artist: in the style of John Hardman of Birmingham.

8-11 Plain C19th glass.

12 South aisle, west-end, two-light window of 1884, containing glass by Morris and Co. of 1919 showing, left the Transfiguration, right the Ascension. Reused cartoons of Burne-Jones.

To commemorate Mary Sturtivant and William Flint.

13 Tower west window contains plain glass."

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Type of building where window is located: Church

Address:
St Michael the Archangel
Church Lane
Halam, Nottinghamshire England
NG22 8AQ


Days of Operation: Daytime

Hours of Operation: From: 12:00 AM To: 12:00 AM

Admission Charge: Not Listed

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