St Peter's Church, Staines, produced by Percy Bacon Bros., and installed in 1897, in memory of William Trollope. Notice on the left the rolling blue-green waves, the anchor (with its suggestion of safety) on the rope just above, the flying sails or pennants; and on the right, all the detailed embellishment of the wedding feast's serving vessels in the foreground, and the bride seated under the rich canopy at the table in the background, with the groom and wedding guests. The architectural splendour of the frames here is typical of this firm. The grapes in the tracery lights are particularly appropriate and pleasing here., in the east of the north aisle, at
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Other Windows in St Peter's
- East Window, by E. A. Prynne
- Nativity Window, by E. A. Prynne
- Baptistery window, by E. A. Prynne
- Three Benedicite Windows, by E. A. Prynne
- Jesus the Good Shepherd, by E. A. Prynne
- Mary Magdalene and the Risen Christ, by E. A. Prynne
- West Window, by E. A. Prynne
- Feeding the Hungry; Visiting the Sick, by an unknown designer
Eberhard, Robert. "Stained Glass Windows at St Peter, Staines, Surrey." Church Stained Glass Windows. Web. 28 August 2016.
Created 28 August 2016