Truro, Royal Cornwall Museum

[unknown location]

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Date of manufacture
Early 16th century
Date of insertion
1999
Number of lights
4
Maker
Not known
Main subject
  1. Warning to Sabbath breakers
  2. Mary Cleophas and her children
  3. Blessed Virgin Mary and infant Jesus
  4. Mary Salome and her children
Tracery subject
Annunciation
Subject type
Figurative historical
Notes
  1. Originally inserted in St Neot, South aisle 4.
  2. The third light (Blessed Virgin Mary) was moved to the first light of St Neot, South aisle 1.
  3. The first (Warning to Sabbath breakers) and last (Mary Salome) lights are now displayed in the Royal Cornwall Museum, [unknown location].
  4. Mattingly J, Swift MG, Pre-Dissolution stained glass in Cornwall—a gazetteer, St Neot, (originally published in Vidimus Vol 31, ).
  5. Mattingly J. The Warning to Sabbath Breakers from St Neot Church, Vidimus Vol 36, .

First light. Warning to Sabbath breakers. The figure of Christ is surrounded by tools and other objects associated with work and other activities that were forbidden on Sundays.

Fourth light. Mary Salome and her children.