Penzance, St Mary the Virgin

e1. Chancel east

Entries in grey are not obtained from documentary evidence, but are inferred from content, context, etc.

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
5
Maker
Fisher, Alfred, of Hunton Bridge, Herts
Main subject
3a. Lobster pots 3b. The Scillonian 3c. Blessed Virgin Mary 3d. A fishing lugger 3e. Fishing nets
2a. Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary 2b. Elizabeth blessing Mary 2c. Adoration of the Christ-child by Mary 2d. Purification of Mary; the offering of the doves 2e. Christ with the doctors in the temple
1a. Fleur-de-lys 1c. Agnus Dei 1e. Stone tablets on which are the Ten Commandments
Notes
  1. Osborne, June. Stained Glass in England. Stroud, Sutton Publishing, - new east window to replace that lost in fire of .
  2. Manufacturer from Church guide.

Whole window

3a. Lobster pots
3b. The Scillonian (ferry to the Isles of Scilly)

3c. The Blessed Virgin Mary, patronal saint of the church, as Stella Maris (the Star of the Sea).

3d. A fishing lugger
3e. Fishing nets
2a. The Annunciation to Mary.
1a. A fleur-de-lys, a symbol of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
2b. Mary and Elizabeth
2c. Mary and the infant Jesus
1c. Agnus Dei
2d. Mary and Simeon at the Presentation in the Temple.
2e. Christ with the doctors in the Temple.
1e. The tablets containing the Ten Commandments, surrounded by flames.