Stained Glass Windows, Kirkleatham Almshouses

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An open day was arranged 28/29th July 2012 to view the recently restored window in the chapel of the Kirkleatham Almshouses. The window was on the verge of collapse until a year-long restoration was undertaken by York specialist Keith Barley at a cost of £35,000.
Stained Glass, Sir William Turners Almshouse
The windows date from the 1740s and are the work of William Price, who’s face is depicted in the centre of the scene, theres also a second face of his father Joshua Price but its not visible on my photo.

The central panel is a nativity scene designed by Sebatiano Ricci, the right panel depicts Sir William Turner in his robes as the Lord Mayor of London. On the left his elder bother John Turner, a serjeant-at-law,

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