Windows made by Wippell

This includes windows by

  1. Wippell, J
  2. Wippell, J (designed by George Cooper-Abbs)
  3. Wippell, J (designed by Cuthbert Atchley)
  4. Wippell, J (designed by Ernest Heasman)
  5. Wippell Mowbray

In Cornwall

Camborne, St Martin and St Meriadocus
  1. South aisle 4, , three lights, Commissioning of the Apostles
  2. South aisle (outer) west, , five lights, Parable of the Vine and the Branches : Christ and the 12 Apostles
  3. North aisle 5, , three lights, The Holy Family (christ as boy), arms of the Diocese of Truro and St Martin
  4. North aisle 4, , three lights, Marriage at Cana. (left) Chi rho : (right) anchor and St Andrew cross
  5. North aisle 3, , three lights, Suffer little children. (left) crook and red rose : (right) candle and bible.
  6. North aisle 2, , three lights, Entry into Jerusalem. (left) chalice and wheat sheaf : (right) crown and cross.
  7. South aisle 2, , three lights, The Last Supper
  8. South aisle 3, , three lights, Washing of the Disciples’ feet
Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints
  1. Chancel east, , five lights,
    5c. Scutum Fidei (Paradox of the Trinity) in Cornish.
    4. Passage from Te Deum in Cornish
    3a. Nails 3b. Scourge 3c. The five wounds of Christ 3d. Lance, Sponge 3e. 30 pieces of silver
    2a. St Barnabas 2b. St Francis of Assisi 2c. Virgin Mary and infant Jesus 2d. St Euny 2e. St Anta
    1a. Chough 1e. Chough
Cardinham, St Meubred
  1. South aisle 3, , three lights, St Francis with birds and animals, set in plain glass
Chacewater, St Paul
  1. South aisle 3, , three lights,
    1. BVM and child with vase of lilies
    2. Martha working in kitchen
    3. St Francis Assisi with robin, hen and dove
Downderry, St Nicholas
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Three lancets
    a. Angel in adoration
    b. IHS symbol above Christ rebukes the wind
    c. Virgin Mary and infant Jesus
  2. Nave south 2, , single light, Giving water to the thirsty. Castle (?) above.
  3. Nave north 3, , single light, Boy presenting fishes (Feeding of 5000) with fish above
  4. Nave south 3, , single light, Good Shepherd, with cross above
  5. Nave south 4, , single light, Good Sower, with wheat sheaf above
  6. Nave north 2, , single light, Healing the sick, with butterfly above
  7. Nave north 1, , single light, Raising of Lazarus, with acorn above
  8. Nave south 5, , single light, Good Shepherd resuing sheep, with tulip above.
  9. Nave south 6, , single light, Christ and centurion
  10. Chancel north, , single light,
    2. Phoenix as a symbol of Christ
    1. Christ walks on water: It is I; be not afraid
Falmouth, King Charles the Martyr
  1. South aisle 1, , four lights,
    3a. Emblem of St Germans Priory 3b. Arms of Diocese of Truro Epscobeth Kernow 3c. Arms of Duchy of Cornwall Onen hag oll 3d. Emblem of St Petroc
    2a. St Feock 2b. St Nicholas of Myra 2c. St Budoc 2d. St Petroc
    1a. Chough 1d. Chough
Helland, St Helena
  1. Chancel east, , three lights, Crucifixion with BVM and St John Evangelist Crucifixion with Mary and John on either side of the cross
Mevagissey, St Peter
  1. North aisle 2, , three lights, Christ walking on the waves : Diocesan arms (plus Cornish chough!) : BVM and child
Par Biscovey, St Mary
  1. North aisle 2, , single light, St George
Pendeen, St John the Baptist
  1. n2. Nave north 1, , two lights, Christ saves Peter from drowning (N).
Penzance, St John the Baptist
  1. North aisle 3 right light, , single light, St John the Baptist
St Blazey, St Blaise
  1. Chancel east, , four lights, SS Raphael : Gabriel : Uriel : Michael
St Erney, St Terninus
  1. Nave south, , three lights, St Francis of Assisi with various birds and animals, plus the basilica at Assisi(?)
  2. North aisle 1, , three lights, St Germanus in centre light : Left - scenes of reaping and shepherd : Right- a three masted sailing ship, scallop shell, sign of sun and moon(?)
St Erth, St Ercus
  1. North aisle 2, , three lights, Anna with young BVM : Annunciation : Christ in the carpenter’s shop with Joseph and BVM
St Merryn, St Merryn
  1. Chancel east, , four lights, Illustration of the Te Deum Laudamus.
    3a. The archangels Uriel and Michael 3b. Virgin Mary and infant Jesus 3c. Christ as Salvator Mundi. Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω) symbols of God the Father 3d. The archangels Gabriel and Raphael
    2b. Crucifixion 2c. Resurrection: Christ arises from the grave
    1a. The apostles Peter, John the Evangelist and Paul. Truro Cathedral. 1b. The prophets Malachi, John the Baptist and Isaiah 1c. The martyrs Agnes, Stephen and Alban. 1d. The saints Merryn, Francis of Assisi and Nicholas.
  2. South Chapel east, , four lights,
    a. Annunciation to the Virgin Mary
    b. Adoration of the Christ-child by Mary and Joseph
    c. Adoration of the shepherds
    d. Joseph with Jesus and Mary in his carpenter’s workshop
    At bottom two fish and Pentecostal flames.
St Stephen-in-Brannel, St Stephen
  1. Chancel east, , four lights,
    3a. China-clay mining The Last Supper 3d. Farming—ploughing
    2a. China-clay mining 2d. Farming—harvesting
    1a. Potter in workshop 1b. Agnus Dei: symbol of Christ 1c. Peacock—symbol of Resurrection 1d. Housewife in kitchen
  2. South Chapel east, , four lights, Martyrdom of St Stephen
    3a. Stephen’s vision of Christ in heaven 3d. Angel
    2b. Three men stoning Stephen 2c. Stephen
    1a. Crossed palms symbol 1c. Gateway at foot of Cross 1d. Saul (St Paul)
Sennen, St Sennen
  1. South aisle 1, , three lights, Jacob : Enoch : John with armorial above
Temple, St Catherine
  1. Nave south 3, , single light, St Francis
Torpoint, St James
  1. Lady Chapel east, , single light, Ascension
Treverbyn, St Peter the Apostle
  1. North aisle 1, , two lights, Soldier kneels before the Crucifixion
Virginstow, St Bridget
  1. Chancel east, , three lights,
    1. Blessed Virgin Mary
    2. Ascension, Christ with two angels
    3. St John the Evangelist
  2. Chancel south, , single light, St George
  3. Chancel north, , single light, St Bridget