Luxulyan, St Ciricius and St Julitta

Chancel east

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Date of manufacture and insertion
1906
Number of lights
4
Maker
Fouracre & Son
Main subject
2a. Noah, Abraham 2b. SS Paul, Peter 2c. SS John, Mark 2d. Isaiah, Jeremiah
1a. SS Stephen, Lawrence 1b. SS Catherine, Ursula 1c. SS Cyriacus, Julitta 1d. SS Jerome, Augustine
Four angels with scrolls along bottom
Tracery subject
Christ in Majesty with two censing angels
Subject type
Figurative historical
Donor
Mrs Laura Rundle, sister of dedicatee.
Dedicatee
Silvanus Trevail, architect, died
Notes
  1. Death of dedicatee, Western Evening Herald p 3, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6.
  2. Truro Diocesan Faculty P130/2/14, Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 158 (). Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/12, D/E/4/6).
  3. Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 164 (). Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/12, D/E/4/6).
  4. Insertion, maker, donor, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6.
  5. Brief mention of dedication on , Western Morning News p 8
  6. Similar to Hellyer memorial window, Brixham, St Mary the Virgin, Chancel east.

For he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful (Revelation 17:14).

To the Glory of God, and in loving memory of Silvanus Trevail, C.A., J.P., F.R.I.B.A., of Carne, in this parish, Mayor of Truro, 1894 and 1895, twice President of the Society of Architects of the United Kingdom, born , died . This window was erected by his sister Laura Rundle.

In the bottom right-hand corner are the arms of Trevail, argent a fleur-de-lys sable (Burke, Bernard, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, p 1029. , London, Harrison & Sons).

Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Tracery. Christ in Majesty with two censing angels.

Main panels. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

3a. Noah, holding the Ark and an olive branch, and Abraham holding the sacrificial knife.

3a. Noah and Abraham, detail. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

3b. St Paul, holding a sword, and St Peter (possibly a likeness of the dedicatee, Silvanus Trevail), holding the keys and a book (a reference to his Epistles).

3b. St Paul and St Peter, detail. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

3c. St John, holding a chalice, and St Mark holding a pen and a book (a reference to his Gospel).

3c. St John and St Mark, detail. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

3d. Isaiah and Jeremiah, holding a scroll on which is written and this is his name whereby he shall be called The Lord Our Righteousness (Jeremiah 23:6).

3d. Isaiah and Jeremiah, detail. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

2a. St Stephen holding a martyr’s palm frond and the stones with which he was put to death, and St Laurence holding a martyr’s palm frond and a gridiron, on which he was martyred.

2a. St Stephen and St Laurence, detail. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

2b. St Catherine, holding a sword and with her hand resting on a wheel, and St Ursula holding a book and an arrow.

2b. St Catherine and St Ursula, detail. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

2c. St Cyriacus and St Julitta, the patronal saints of the church, with an eagle and cloth at their feet.

2c. St Cyriacus and St Julitta, detail. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

2d. St Jerome, in cardinal’s robes and holding a staff and a model of a building, and St Augustine vested as a bishop.

2d. St Jerome and St Augustine, detail. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.