Lancet Window

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Object Name: 
Lancet Window
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
2002.2.5 A
Dimensions: 
Overall a) H: 85 cm, W: 70.2 cm; b) H: 72 cm, W: 74 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
about 1892
Credit Line: 
Gift of The Packer Collegiate Institute
Primary Description: 
Multi-colored stained glass; lead came, assembled. The scene in this window is of and angel holding an inscribed scroll set against a ground of white rectangular quarries ornamented with yellow stylized flowers of silver stain, a type of design popular in the Aesthetic period. This is framed by red and blue glass borders punctuated with small flowers in yellow.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Packer Collegiate Institute, Source
2002
Inscription: 
THE WINDOW ABOVE IS ERECTED BY / HER MANY FRIENDS IN LOVING MEMORY / OF MARY L. ALSOP WHO / AS THE WIFE OF THE RECTOR OF THIS / PARISH ENDEARED HERSELF TO ALL / ITS PEOPLE - JUNE 12, 1892
Inscription
Stained Glass Front of window on a scroll.