Thumbnails of Great Malvern Priory, Malvern, Worcestershire

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Door at back of priory

East window from outside

Outside of priory

Outside of priory

Outside of Henry VII window

Outside of priory

Entrance porch

Outside of priory

View towards west window given by Richard III

West window given by Richard III, full of saints and archbishops

Third window south quire: arms of Richard Duke of Gloucester, with boar supporters, from the west window

First window of north quire aisle: arms of Anne Neville, with bear supporters. These are original, the coat of arms is modern glass

Third window south quire: arms of Maurice Berkeley of Beverstone

Third window south quire: arms of Richard Duke of York

Second window south quire: arms of De Burgh, Earl of Ulster

First window of north quire aisle: medieval ladies

First window of north quire aisle: heads of three of Noah’s sons wearing red caps

First window of north quire aisle: figure (upper part missing) of kneeling benefactor Nicholas Devenyshe

First window of north quire aisle: part of kneeling figure of a gentleman, with a collar of SS round his neck. Probably Sir William de Bracy

Transept or Magnificat window given by Henry VII

Henry VII window: donors: bottom row, left, Sir Thomas Lovell and Sir John Savage (he’s missing)

Henry VII window: donors: bottom row, middle, Sir Reginald Bray on left and Prince Arthur on right

Henry VII window: donors: bottom row, right, Elizabeth of York (missing) and Henry VII

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Page last updated on 18 April 2019