David Stained Glass Window - SMC102
is a stained glass depiction of King David in the south aisle
of St Magnus Cathedral. He is shown playing a harp and wearing
a gold crown, deep red robes, and sandals.
David was a shepherd boy who became King of Israel. He defeated
Goliath, the champion of the Philistines, by striking him
with a stone from a sling.
This is one of the many windows created and installed during
the 1920s by Oscar Patterson.