Flashed red, white glass with enamel and silver stain
32.5 x 21.0 (12 13/16 x 8 1/4)
Badly cracked and in danger of falling out of the leads
Provenance: Mrs. Naumburg, New York
Bibliography: Fogg Museum Annual Report (1929-1930), 3.
Collection: Harvard University: William Hayes Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Object/Accession: Naumburg Room, glass XXVIII, window s II c1
Inscriptions: S.A MARl A ORA PRO OBlS GOLIAT I DU K UMYST ZU MIR ALLS ZU EfN HUND I MElN STE RCKHE SOL DIR WERDEN KUND I GLEICH wrE ICH ANDERN HAB GTHON I ALSO SOLES GWUSLJCH DIR AUCH ERGO i DAvroT I DU DREUWE lCH GAR WENIG ACHT I D!CH SOL VM BRING EN IN GOTTES MACHT I * OFT !CH SCHON BIN KLEI N VON PERSON I HAB lCH MEIN STERCK H VOM HOCHSTEN THRON; H. FE DRICH MARTTY I EDELMAN ZUK RUEMMENAUW I LA.N DTRICHTER DER GRAFF I SCHAFT DOG ENBURG UND I FRAUW ANNA LOSERI N SlN I ELICHE HUSFRAUW ANNO 1646
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