Roundel - Dove


Physical Description
Roundel, dove is a single assembled sheet of antique stained glass, circular with a lead rim.  This glass has a rich subdued tone. The background is royal blue with a light beige dove with tan coloured tips on the feathers. 

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Historical Details
The roundel is the gift of the late John Cameron Esq. It is part of a larger stained glass window, still located in St. John’s Church. Its arrived on the “Black Swan” on Wednesday the 15th August 1866 from the Ferguson & Urie workshop in Melbourne. The roundel is one of 3 quatrefoil-shaped lights that formed an apex in the trace archery over the main 3 light window which featured the ascension of Christ. The roundel depicts a dove, representing the Holy Spirit.
glass with lead edging
Dating of Item
1866 to present

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March 21 2019;;September 25 1866;
Online Sources

Related Collection
Stained Glass of St. John's and All Saints Churches
Related People or Organisations
John Cameron
Ferguson and Urie