The west window of the north aisle depicting Christ enthroned in majesty flanked by archangels was inserted in 1893. It is a late production by Clayton and Bell and replaces earlier stained glass of which nothing is now known. The archangels are identified by their emblems. St Michael, below, is in armour and carries a shield and sword. St Gabriel carries the lilies of the Annunciation. On the other side Raphael holds a fish – for the explanation of which one must turn to the deutero-canonical book of Tobit. Also depicted in the window are the Blessed Virgin Mary and St John the Baptist.