A 19th century stained glass panelRemoved from a larger arrangment
Lot 191
A 19th century stained glass panelRemoved from a larger arrangement
Sold for £125 (US$ 209) inc. premium
Auction Details
The Oak Interior Chester
17 Jan 2013 11:00 GMT

Auction 21094
Lot Details
A 19th century stained glass panel
Removed from a larger arrangement
Depicting St. Simon, in red and green robes, his left hand resting on a saw, his right holding a book to his chest, in a blue glass surround, with light green border, a titled panel beneath his feet, 25.5cm wide x 45.5cm high


  • Simon Zelotes, or Simon the Zealot, was one of the most obscure among the apostles of Jesus. In art, Simon has the identifying attribute of a saw because, according to legend, at his martyrdom his body was cut into several pieces.
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