St Dunstan

St Dunstan (909–May 19, 988) was an Archbishop of Canterbury (960–988), canonized in 1029. He began his monastic career as a hermit at nearby Glastonbury Abbey. He worked as a silversmith and in the scriptorium there. He functions as the patron saint of goldsmiths, and himself worked as a blacksmith, painter, and jeweller. This window has beautiful colours in the glass and is found in St Dunstan's chapel, Leicester Cathedral.

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