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Geometric Grisaille Despite its great age, this 13th-century panel not only still has most of its original medieval glass, but also most of its original lead. The rough surface of the lead, cast in moulds, has been planed, giving it a distinctive facetted appearance. The glass is unpainted and therefore relies on the pattern of the leads for its decorative effect. The clear glass is lightly tinted as a result of the impurities in the raw materials that were used to make it.

Geometric Grisaille Despite its great age, this 13th-century panel not only still has most of its original medieval glass, but also most of its original lead. The rough surface of the lead, cast in moulds, has been planed, giving it a distinctive facetted appearance. The glass is unpainted and therefore relies on the pattern of the leads for its decorative effect. The clear glass is lightly tinted as a result of the impurities in the raw materials that were used to make it.

"Winchester Great Hall"  Tags:	Glass Hampshire Great Hall England Building Urban Architecture English Britain British Great Britain Uk United Kingdom Europe European European Union Old City History Heritage Historic Window Shield Crest Heraldry Centaurs Stained glass South East Wessex Winchester Great Hall geo:lat=51.062652 geo:lon=-1.319856 geotagged Myth Mythology Crown Winchester  date?

"Winchester Great Hall" Tags: Glass Hampshire Great Hall England Building Urban Architecture English Britain British Great Britain Uk United Kingdom Europe European European Union Old City History Heritage Historic Window Shield Crest Heraldry Centaurs Stained glass South East Wessex Winchester Great Hall geo:lat=51.062652 geo:lon=-1.319856 geotagged Myth Mythology Crown Winchester date?

Border with "Block" Foliate Pattern, possibly Amiens, France, circa 1245-48 - The tendril-like shapes of the leaves and the manner in which the tips are bent back stylistically relate this border fragment to examples from the lost nave glazing of the cathedral of Amiens and, in general, to 13th-century borders in Northeast France.

Border with "Block" Foliate Pattern, possibly Amiens, France, circa 1245-48 - The tendril-like shapes of the leaves and the manner in which the tips are bent back stylistically relate this border fragment to examples from the lost nave glazing of the cathedral of Amiens and, in general, to 13th-century borders in Northeast France.

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