An important medieval quatrefoil stained glass window in clear glass with black enamel painting, blue, red and yellow glass, depicting the Agnus Dei or Lamb of God with banner, flanked by two male grotesque portraits from whose mouths sprout foliage. Above the Lamb we see a cockatrice, a mythical beast, essentially a two-legged dragonesque creature with a rooster's head and hooves. Below there is the image of a dog amongst foliage. On the back there is a small, old fashioned typed label that reads: "14. Jhat. Anfg. Frankreich" (translated: "14th century. Beginning. France").
France. 14th century.
Dimensions: H (without stand) 50cm ; H (with stand) 62cm ; W 50.5cm
Condition: Various minor cracks, additions and damages nevertheless in stable condition. The lead mounting is of later date. The grotesque male portrait right (seen from the front) is a 19th century replacement.
Mounted on a high-quality display stand (not depicted).