This beautiful Stained Glass Panel features two original Baroque Hands of the St. Pancras Church in Belecke Germany. Due to renovations of the church in the 1950's workers destroyed most of the original 18th century stained glass windows, but when my grandfather saw this he started collecting pieces which didn't get damaged. Out of these pieces he made this Panel. It looks beautiful when being hung in front of a source of light.
About the St. Pancras Church of Belecke:
The first church was consecrated in 1087 by Archbishop Sigewin of Cologne. The Romanesque west tower preserved to this day dates back to this church. In connection with the awarding of parish rights, a new building was erected in 1296. In 1682 the tower got a stepped hood under the direction of Hans von Mellrich. The Baroque hall of four yoke with a 3/6 choir circuit was built from 1749 to 1750 by Dietrich Hermann Roeper. The Stained glass dates back to this period
Size: 14 by 10 Inch
Condition: Very good antique condition. Please see pictures.
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