Fragments include decorative elements: 14th/15th-century panels with potmetal crowns set in a white surround (s IV, a 2 and b 2, and s II, a 2 and b 2); 15th-century architectural detail (n IV, b r); tulips, 17th century (s III, a 2)
parts of 17th-century heraldic roundels: Argent a lion rampant sable impaling or [?] (n IV, a r); crest: a lion rampant gules crowned or (n III, a r); crest: wings displayed sable and or (s IV, a r); a housemark (s IV, b 1, pair to s III, a 1); and two miniature shields: tenne three stirrups argent with straps or, and argent five lozenges tenne the center charged with three fleurs-de-lis or (n II, b r)
17th-century inscriptions: Berretn Gerdes P[…]/ Schuver in grongen/ Tanssen[.]t Syn […]hus V[.]o/we (n II, a 2); Mademoiselle I MariBernadin I Vrsin Pensionai[…] aux I Reuerend Clois[…]e des I Chanones D[.] Zoupille 167[.] (n III, a 2); Melchoir Louinfosse I Tenant Et Nan bour D[.] I s,ie Foix, A’o 1695 (n III, Ib); En Memoire D’Honble I Hubert Rolin, Marchand I De La Cour De Sa M, Iplle I Bourgeois De Liege, Et De I Dlle Margueritte’ Alexandre I Sa Compne, 1693 (n IV, a 2).
Collection: Private Collection (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Windows are numbered with 1 in the east, and from the east on the north side, n. 1, etc. They are Tudor-style openings of two lights, a and b, filled with modern colorless panes and inserts of stained glass, some of it dated 1902 and 1909.