This is a 13th century (circa 1200) panel from a larger French stained glass window depicting an archbishop wearing his vestments and mitre, carrying a crozier and large bible in one hand while making the "sign of peace" blessing with the other. The details are all handpainted onto the glass by the original artist before refiring the glass pieces. It is rare for this kind of window to have survived intact for so long.This one is in the east window at the church in Rivenhall, Essex.
The Stained Glass Museum date 1210 Originally from Soissons Cathedral this medieval panel depicts a figure wearing a crown and a jewelled robe. It was produced in the thirteenth century by a French artist