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Pot metal, white glass with silver stain
Overall: 156 x 43.5 x 1.5 cm (61 7/16 x 17 1/8 x 9/16 in.)
Dudley P. Allen Fund 1919.1
The brilliant colors of this stained glass panel were produced by adding different materials to molten glass, creating a reaction that resulted in specific colors while the metal supports for the individual pieces of glass are made from pot metal, an alloy, or mixture, of copper and iron.
The origin of these stained glass panels is unknown. They depict a male and female donor, presumably husband and wife, who gaze upon a now-lost central panel. The object of their devotions was likely a crucified Christ or a standing figure of the Virgin Mary. The man, dressed in armor, and the woman, wearing a bejeweled and richly embroidered gown, are accompanied by their not yet identified coats-of-arms. They are undoubtedly members of an aristocratic elite who commissioned these windows, perhaps for a family chapel.
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