TWO PAINTED ARMORIAL GLASS PANELS | PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY
of oval form, each painted with a coat of arms, one with an inscription and date 1615, the arms with the double headed eagle, are probably those of van ASPEREN of Holland, and probably those of BARCILON, of Provence, in lead frames,
each approximately 24.5cm. x 19.8cm., 9 5/8 x 7 3/4 in.
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Both are in generally good appearance. Where the panels move in the lead frames there are some small nibble chips visible along the edges of the glass.
The example with am amber coloured frame, the dark coloured enamel of the armorial appears to have degraded.
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Acquired in 1956.