St Saviours Chapel Apse left window of Norwich Anglican Cathedral
St Saviour's Chapel was designed by Sir Charles Nicholson. It was built after the First World War on the site of the medieval Lady Chapel. All of the windows are similar in style and where designed by A K Nicholson in an "Arts & Craft" style.

Both East windows in the Chapel are dedicated to the memory of Bernard & Mervy Coller, killed in WWI and Raymond Coller killed in WWII. It is assumed that the latter was added to the dedication after the windows had been completed.

In the main lights we see Christ and Mary Magdalen in the garden after the resurrection. In the lower panels are the the shields of the RAF and Suffolk Regiments.

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