stained glass heraldic cartouche, containing the Arms of Edward, Prince of Wales, afterwerds King Edward VI (Quarterly France and England, a label of three points argent) within a wreath of green, ruby and purple; the latter that particular shade described as 'murrey', one of the livery colours of Prince Edward

Window with heraldic cartouche, 16th century

Unknown artist, expand_more

Glassexpand_more

Washburn Fundexpand_more  23.51

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Window with heraldic cartouche
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Artist
Accession Number
23.51
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stained glass heraldic cartouche, containing the Arms of Edward, Prince of Wales, afterwerds King Edward VI (Quarterly France and England, a label of three points argent) within a wreath of green, ruby and purple; the latter that particular shade described as 'murrey', one of the livery colours of Prince Edward