Medieval and early Tudor in in date
Found by Wessex Archaeology at the Evans Halshaw site (now Silchester Place), Hyde Street, Winchester, Hampshire in the early 2000s
Altogether, about 7.5kg of coloured and painted window glass was collected from the demolition layer representing the Dissolution of the Monasteries at Hyde Abbey. The fragments represent several glazing episodes, ranging in date from the late 12th or 13th centuries to the 15th. Many of the fragments are parts of border designs, with geometric or flower-like motifs. One fragment (bottom row, second from the right) might actually depict a window, whilst another is part of an angel's wing.