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Glasses in Little Moreton Hall

By xwang
I just thought that some of you might be interested in this, so I put the two windows together to show you. I actually missed these windows, the lady who works there showed me and asked me if I could take a photo.... I learnt that some of the glasses were thrown in the moat outside the house, National Trust people fished them out and put them back. Unfortunately, I can't read them, some of them are very poetic.. The top of the right side one was 'scratched' in 1844. Thanks for looking.

Tags: Old Glass Hall Architecture Scratch Moreton

Voters: Paree, DicksPics, nonur and 8 more



21 Jun 2015 10:22PM
Excellent, Jasmine - I love Little Moreton Hall.
I particularly like the way you have included part of the hall in the bottom left corner of this image.

nonur 14 18 13 Turkey
21 Jun 2015 11:05PM
This is very interesting and wonderfully captured, Jasmine.
21 Jun 2015 11:20PM
What an amazing image, beautifully colours and detail, great capture, beautiful photography, SmileSmileSmileSmile
cbrundage 9 4 United States
21 Jun 2015 11:26PM
I tried to read them too but only got a couple of words. The handwriting in the 19th c. one was so elegant. I wonder if all those that were written on were in different windows?
Philip_H 11 1.5k United Kingdom
22 Jun 2015 8:48AM
Was there myself on 13th June 2015! GrinGrin

Amazing place.

P Grin
ddolfelin 11 103 3 Wales
22 Jun 2015 9:59AM
Good restoration work to show meaningful windows.
Probably there is an information leaflet to list the engravings.

Excellent pair of pictures!
LynneJoyce Plus
14 22 101 United Kingdom
22 Jun 2015 10:13PM

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