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Tiffany windows


The Theodore Parker Church on Centre Street has several stained-glass windows created by Tiffany.


The largest consist of a triptych showing a mountain lake. It's particularly spectacular just before and during sunset - the sun comes right in and as it goes down, you can almost feel the sun going down in the scene. Click on the image below for a larger (much larger) version:

three windows


Twenty two Tiffany creations are in this church! http://churchofthecovenant.org/tiffany/

Ken Conner on March 1, 2004 09:28 PM.

When are church services on Sun. June 6th?
Is the church open on Sat. afternoon?
Is this church near5 blossom St near the Gov Center? Can I walk there?
The iris window is like an impressionist painting.

marlene on May 26, 2004 04:07 PM.

Don't miss the Tiffany windows at Arlington Street Church! They even have a downloadable PDF tour on their web site, here: http://www.ascboston.org/about/building.html#windows

Rik Ahlberg on February 21, 2005 11:14 AM.

I am historian for the Village of McGraw, NY and doing a book on the history of the stained glass windows of our churches. The Presbyterian church records indicate that their windows were purchased from Spence, Moakler & Bell, Boston, and are Tiffany windows.
I have been unable to confirm this information and wonder if you have any
suggestions on where I might search.
Thanks for a reply.
Mary Kimberly

Mary Kimberly on May 12, 2008 12:08 PM.

Spence, Moakler and Bell had a stained glass studio at 90 Canal Street in Boston from 1897-1916. It would be doubtful that they sold Tiffany windows. My guess is that they made the windows not Tiffany, unless they are signed by Tiffany

Vic Rothman
stained glass conservator
914 969 0919

Vic Rothman on July 1, 2008 09:00 PM.

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