Saint Andrew, Saint Peter, Saint James, by the firm of Lavers & Barraud. Installed in All Saints Church, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, in about 1860, according to the Church Guide (see Eberhard). The designer is unknown; but the palette and motifs (especially in the tracery lights) suggest that it might well have been Nathaniel Westlake, who was designing for the firm by now. The saints all have their conventional attributes: St Andrew with his transverse cross, St Peter with his keys, and St James with his heavy club — the instrument of his cruel martyrdom, as the cross was in the case of St Andrew.
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- All Saints, Kingston-upon-Thames
- [Selected windows:] West Window, by John Milner Allen for Lavers & Barraud
- Life of Abraham, by Nathaniel Westlake
- Old Testament scenes, by Nathaniel Westlake
- The Three Maries, by Nathaniel Westlake
- Angels Announce Jesus's Birth to the Shepherds, by William Wailes
Eberhard, Robert. "Stained Glass Windows at All Saints." Church Stained Glass Windows. Web. 13 May 2015.
Created 13 May 2015