For this church:
Wilford (North) St Faith
Over the lower lights are four petal shaped lights each with the image of a haloed praying child.
No maker's mark obvious.
The design is as above but with the left light showing St Alban with a sword resting on his right shoulder. The inscription reads:
The right light depicts St. Faith holding a book and a wand with the inscription:
Above the four petal shaped lights are filled with yellow and blue designs.
A five-light window with the quatrefoil head centre light reaching to the apex of the stone frame. The other four lights are set two on each side and terminate at the springing point of the window arch with trefoil heads, over this tracery in the decorated style fills the frame. The centre light depicts the Crucifixion and the four outer lights four of the apostles.
The former chancel below the widow is now divided into rooms and used for storage and office space making close access to the light impractical. It is not possible to photograph the window or record the inscriptions close up to due to the above, extensive damage to the window is evident and in the lower part of the outer left light two large pipes have been installed surrounded by a metal plate. The entire window is very dirty adding to the problem of recording more details. Maker unknown.
Four pairs of double lights sit just above the lean-to roofs of the aisles. Each of the windows has two trefoil headed lights of equal height with a four petal light resting on their tracery. The lead work design is a narrow border enclosing rectangular pattern three panes across and seven panes high; all are filled a with slightly translucent blue, green and clear glass. One of each pair of lights has a transom window fitted, none appear to have a means of opening from the floor of the church. Long sash cords would have originally been fitted, probably secured to the piers of arches at a reasonable height.
Located above the baptistery a tall four-light window, two outer trefoil headed lights rising to the springing point of the arch with the inner pair somewhat shorter. The leadwork and glazing is of the same design as above but the tracery filling the arch is much more ornate.