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Abbreviations used for studios/artists
docDocumentedPrimary source to support the attribution.
litLiteratureSecondary source to support the attribution.
sgnSignedThe window is signed with name, initials or mark.
attribAttributedA likely attribution.
defDefinitelyThe attribution is made with confidence.
Abbreviations used for dates
docDocumentedPrimary source to support the given date.
litLiteratureSecondary source to support the given date.
sgnSignedDate appearing on the glass along with the signature or mark.
inscInscribedA date formally painted as part of the inscription.
plaqPlaqueA date appearing on a plaque nearby.
memMemorialA date of death appearing either on the glass or on a plaque nearby; note that the date of installation of a window could vary greatly from the memorial date.
circaCircaA likely date.
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Down Cathedral
Holy Trinity
Reference: 014620

W01
sanctuary; east
Two tiers, each of five lancets, mullioned and transomed, not measured, one 6-foil, 2 quatrefoils and nine other tracery-lights.

studio Ballantine & Gardiner; Edinburgh (lit)
date 1898 (lit)
Building News, 1898, vol.74, p.231

Iconography
Ballymartle
No dedication
Reference: 220090

W01
chancel; apse; north-east
Two lancets, 1750mm x 310mm and one circle, 310mm diameter.

Patronage: In memory of Revd John Meade.

studio Lavers, Barraud & Westlake; London (def)
artist Westlake, Nathaniel Hubert John (1833-1921) (def)
date 1869 (circa)

Iconography
Killaloe Cathedral
St Flannan
Reference: 230340

W01
chancel; east
Three separate lancets, approx 7500mm x 510mm; approx 8000 x 510; approx 7500mm x 510mm.

The figure of St Paul has been moved to the south transept and replaced by the figure of Christ, possibly by Watson of Youghal. W02, W03, W23, W24 are heraldic windows, also by Warrington.

studio William Warrington & Son; London (sgn)
date 1865 (sgn)

studio William Warrington & Son; London (doc)
Warrington list of commissions, circa 1865, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Iconography
Malahide
St Andrew
Reference: 110730

W02
south transept; west
Three lancets, 2030mm x 430mm, two quatrefoils 760mm x 430mm and three other tracery-lights.

Photographed at an angle, due to obstruction.

studio Kempe & Co.; London (def)
date 1883 (mem)

Iconography
Powerscourt
St Patrick
Reference: 111320

W02
chancel; apse; east
Two lancets 2310mm x 580mm and one quatrefoil.

Patronage: Marquis of Londonderry.

date 1859 (plaq)

studio O'Connor; London (doc)
original bill in church archives

Iconography
Antrim
All Saints
Reference: 014760

W02
south transept; south; east-most
Four lancets, 2720mm x 530mm and ten tracery-lights.

Patronage: In memory of George Clarke.

W03 has armorial glass, also in the Shrigley & Hunt catalogue.

date 1909 (insc)

studio Shrigley & Hunt; Lancaster (doc)
Shrigley & Hunt trade catalogue, published circa 1930

Iconography
Knockbreda
Newtownbreda
No dedication
Reference: 014030

W02
chancel; apse; east
Two lancets, 2370mm x 480mm and three tracery-lights.

Patronage: In memory of Robert Atkinson.

Much of the painted detail has been lost.

studio Gibbs & Howard; London (sgn)
date 1883 (insc)

studio Gibbs & Howard; London (lit)
Building News, 1884, vol.46, p.109

Iconography
Clooney
All Saints
Reference: 012240

W03
chancel; apse; south-east
Two lancets, 3740mm x 660mm.

Patronage: In memory of Harvey (d.1870) given by Nesbitt (d.1875).

W02 is signed "H. Hughes". British Architect refers to 'window' (singular) but lists iconography of all three apse windows; it incorrectly states that these are 'by a Dublin firm'.

studio Ward & Hughes; London (def)
artist Hughes, Henry (1822-1883) (def)

date 1877 (lit)
British Architect, 1877, vol.8, p.306

Iconography
Dublin Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church
Reference: 110065

W03
chancel; north; east-most
One lancet 2900mm x 610mm.

date 1878 (circa)

studio Clayton & Bell; London (doc)
Cathedral archives

Iconography
Clane
Millicent
St Michael and All Angels
Reference: 130080

W05
nave; south; 3rd from east
One lancet, 2410mm x 760mm.

studio Heaton, Butler & Bayne; London (def)
date 1885 (circa)

Iconography