Margaret of Antioch stained glass in All Saints'

Charles Eamer Kempe1893

Churches Conservation Trust

Churches Conservation Trust
London, United Kingdom

A stained glass window pane depicting St Margaret of Antioch (289 - 304), with her slain dragon lying beneath her feet coloured in a brilliant indigo. Indigo was a popular colour of the Arts and Crafts style, which All Saints' was designed in, as it was viewed as a more natural and authentic colour than the mass manufactured blue pigments of the time.


  • Title: Margaret of Antioch stained glass in All Saints'
  • Creator: Charles Eamer Kempe
  • Date Created: 1893
  • Location: All Saints, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
  • Location Created: Cambridge
  • Type: Stained Glass Window
  • Rights: ©The CCT/ Adrian Powter
  • External Link: All Saints, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
  • Medium: Stained Glass
  • Photographer: Adrian Powter
  • Designer: Charles Eamer Kempe
  • Commissioned by: Churches Conservation Trust

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