"Charles de Lucinge" Large and rare stained... - Lot 190 - Thierry de Maigret

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"Charles de Lucinge" Large and rare stained... - Lot 190 - Thierry de Maigret
"Charles de Lucinge" Large and rare stained glass window in grisaille, silver yellow, polychrome & engraving. In a frame of baroque columns supporting a pediment richly decorated with horns of plenty, lions and acanthus leaves, a representation of the coat of arms of the Faucigny-Lucinge family can be seen: Quarterly 1 & 4 Argent, three bends Gules and 2 & 3 Vert, three bends Argent. Stamped with a helmet mantled in silver and a bull with golden horns in the crest. In the lower part of a cartouche: "Charles de L" Swiss work circa 1540. (Minor restoration by gluing, restoration in part of the cartouche.) H. 43.5cm. L. 31 cm. Bibliography: -" Armorial et nobiliaire de l'ancien duché de Savoie" Volume 2: by Cte E.Amédée de Foras P. 348-349 - grand Armorial de France" T.III by Henri Jougla de Morenas p. 343 This is probably the coat of arms of the (Faucigny-) Lucinge branch; lord of Drusilly and branch of Vevey Maison de Faucigny Wikipedia (wikipedia.org) Charles de Lucinge set out to surprise Lyon in 1557, but the venture was discovered and the French parliament in Chambéry condemned him to death in absentia, confiscating his property and the Château des Alymes Maison de Faucigny-Lucinge Wikipedia (wikipedia.org)
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