18 pp + vi
43 illustrations
210 x 210 mm

Stained Glass at Hafod

Only fragments of Thomas Johnes' glittering collection of Renaissance stained glass survive at the Church of St Michael, Eglwys Newydd, Hafod (Cwm Ystwyth). These remnants of perhaps the best collection of its kind in Wales were salvaged from the fire at the church in 1932, after the rest of the collection perished in the 1807 fire at Thomas Johnes' house at Hafod.

Very little has been published on the surviving fragments until now, and all of the main roundels and diamonds are generously illustrated in the book.

£7.00 per copy including post and packing


An Attempt to Depict Hafod by David S Yerburgh
Over 60 historical and modern views of Hafod's most notable features and walks, with explanatory text. Also includes illustrations of Devil's Bridge and Cwm Rheidol.

9.90 per copy including postage and packing



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Hafod Estate Office
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