stained glass heraldic cartouche, containing the Arms of Sir Anthony Hungerford of Gloustershire impaled with those of his second wife, Dorothy Danvers; the shield is enciricled by a wreath of of blue and yellow foliage with yellow ornaments; Companion to 23.52.1 and contains the Hungerford, Burnell and Bottetort quarterings, impaled with Danvers (argent a bend gules charged with these martlets or, in chief a crescent of the second) in the first and fourth quarters Dauncey (per pale or and argent therr bars bebule gules) in the second and Barendes (gules two bars and in chief as many stags heads cabashed or) in the third

Window with heraldic cartouche, 16th century

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Washburn Fundexpand_more  23.52.2

Details
Title
Window with heraldic cartouche
Role
Artist
Dimension
13 1/2 in. (34.29 cm)
Accession Number
23.52.2
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stained glass heraldic cartouche, containing the Arms of Sir Anthony Hungerford of Gloustershire impaled with those of his second wife, Dorothy Danvers; the shield is enciricled by a wreath of of blue and yellow foliage with yellow ornaments; Companion to 23.52.1 and contains the Hungerford, Burnell and Bottetort quarterings, impaled with Danvers (argent a bend gules charged with these martlets or, in chief a crescent of the second) in the first and fourth quarters Dauncey (per pale or and argent therr bars bebule gules) in the second and Barendes (gules two bars and in chief as many stags heads cabashed or) in the third