Grand Neo-Gothic historic stained glass window, 19th century

Marc Maison
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CategoryStained glass
Period19th century
StyleNapoleon III
Width 6 ft 10.3 in
Height5 ft 7.3 in
Condition Very good state.

Grand historic stained glass window of Neo-Gothic style made in the nineteenth century.

Represents a procession scene in the 16th-17th century, in a village with a medieval past.
Some clues allow to situate this scene in Neuchâtel (Switzerland), including the shield that decorates the bugle of one of the Swiss guards: a key diagonally and two stars, reminiscent of the arms of the Grandjean family of Neuchâtel. The presence of four men in armor at the beginning of the procession can refer to the Feast of Armor , tradition of Neuchâtel since the fifteenth century.

Large dimensions.

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