England, Ashridge Park, Hertfordshire, picture gallery over the south cloister
White glass with silver stain and enamel
A: 53.3 x 39.4 (21 x 15 1/2); B: 54.6 x 39.4 (21 1/2 x 15 1/2)
Condition/replacements not noted
Provenance: Thomas and Drake, London; Mr. and Mrs. FitzEugene Dixon, Ronaele Manor, Elkins Park, Pa.
Bibliography: Eden (1927) 20-22, pl. 19 (A), 22-241 pl. 20 (B); Eden (1930B), 33 (B); Clarke (1930), ill. (B).
Collection: Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Object/Accession: A. 52-90-25; B. 52-90-26
A. Arms of William Paulet, 3rd Marquess of Winchester (1532 or 1533-1598). Arms: Quarterly of 16: 1 sable three swords in pile, points in base, argent (Paulet); 2 azure six mascles argent conjoined three and three (Creedy); 3 gules two lions passant gardant in pale argent (Delamare of Parsington); 4 barry of six ermine and gules (Hussey); 5 barry of six or and vert a bandlet gules (Poynings); 6 azure a fess gules between six lions rampant argent (Rokesle); 7 or two chevrons and a canton gules (Criol of Albury); 8 or a cross voided gules (Crevecoeur); 9 argent on a chief gules two mullets or (St. fohn); IO barry of six or and azure a saltire gules (Port); l1 argent two bars and in chief an escutcheon gules (Auberville); 12 argent a fess sable and in chief three martlets sable (Haye, Sussex); 13 gules three water-bougets ermine (Ros); 14 azure a fess between three fleurs-de-lis or (Skelton of Papcastle); 15 argent fretty and a canton sable (Earby); l6 argent six martlets sable, three, two and one (Delamare), impaling Quarterly of l6: l gules on a bend between six crosses crosslet fitchy argent an escutcheon or charged with a demi-lion rampant pierced through the mouth by an arrow within a double tressure flory counterflory gules, and a mullet sable for difference (Howard of Effingham with Flodden augmentation); 2 argent a chevron between three mullets gules (Broughton of Essex); 3, argent three lions’ faces sable (Moake of Devon); 4 azure a chevron ermine between three broad arrows or feathered argent (Dawson); 5 argent on a chevron gules three fleurs-de-lis or (Pever of Bedfordshire); 6 quarterly or and gules a bend gules (Beauchampe); 7 quarterly per fess indented or and azure (Hodnet); 8 gules a bend vair between six escallops argent (Beaupel); 9 sable a saltire engrailed or (Salwey); 10 argent on a cross azure five escallops or (Mortimer);llor three palets sable (Bewley of Lincolnshire); 12 argent a horse barnacle sable (Barnack); l3 gules a fess dancetty between six crosses crosslet or (Engaine); 14 or a cross engrailed vert (Hussey); l5 azure two lions passant or (Berkeley); l6 argent on a chevron sable a fleur-de-lis argent (Alfrey, Sussex); B. Arms of Sir Francis Knollys (c. 1512-1596) of Rotherfield Greys, Oxfordshire. Arms: Quarterly, l and 4 azure crusily a cross moline voided throughout or (Knollys), 2 and 3 gules on a chevron argent three roses gules (Knollys)
Inscriptions: A. and B. l578
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