St. Hugh (of Lincoln) - Lectern Frontal LF747
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
Hugh of Lincoln, Bishop. Carthusian. Worked with
his own hands on the extension to Lincoln Cathedral.
Feast Day: 17th November.
The artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey
Abbey depicts the saint in traditional pose with a swan as his emblem referring
to the tradition of the friendship between Hugh and a wild swan which followed
him wherever he went in Lincoln.
Will it fit my lectern?
Frontals come with cord locks that enable you to adjust the hanging
height and width for most free-standing lecterns. Frontals hang below and tie
around the lectern’s front projection. If you are unsure whether our frontals will
fit your lectern, please contact us and we will advise you.
Important, please check before ordering:
The sloping book rest should have a front projection of at least 5cm.
Fabric, materials and production:
- 100% Polyester (natural-feel
- Fade resistant printing.
- Includes wood rods (top and
bottom) and end caps and gold effect draw cord and cord locks.
- Fire retardant: BS5867/Type
- A sample of the material can
be supplied upon request.
Allow 10–14 days from date of order.
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