Two Antique Edwardian stained glass windows c 1905, both leaded with acid etched central hand painted coats of arms. First, below the shield is a scroll with the Latin inscription “Extant Recte Factis Praemia”, meaning “Rewards Exist For Right Actions” above is a dove holding an Olive branch. Second panel has the inscription “Faire Sans Dire” translates to “”To Do Without Saying” and above the shield is a dog sitting on an Ermine hat, the surrounding glass is obscure “Cathedral” glass. Super quality and in excellent original condition, hanging loops are attached so can be hung at a window.
Can be sold separately.
Each Panel Measures: 19″” high x 16¾” wide – 48.5cm h x 42.5cm w