Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints

Chancel east

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
1939
Number of lights
5
Maker
Wippell, J (designed by Cuthbert Atchley)
Main subject
  1. Nails above St Barnabas.
  2. Scourges above St Francis.
  3. Paradox of the Trinity above five wounds above Blessed Virgin Mary and child
  4. Spear, vinegar above St Euny.
  5. Pieces of silver above St Anta.
Cornish text across all lights.
Tracery subject
Christ offering crown to BVM, emblems of St Petroc and St Germans, angels holding emblem of ?All Saints and arms of Duchy of Cornwall
Donor
Mrs AE Lemon, widow of first dedicatee
Dedicatee
Revd James Frederick Lemon, former vicar of St Hilary; Fenwick Richards, uncle of Mrs Lemon and major donor to All Saints’ church, Charles Richards and his wife Jane, of Venwyn, and their daughters Jane and Ellen Richards.
Notes
  1. Maker’s mark (Cross rebus) and dated.
  2. Insertion, maker, description of design, donor, dedicatees, Cornishman p 6.
  3. M Frankell, The east window of St Anta and All Saints, Carbis Bay, Cornwall, UK and the Cornish Revival.