Several months ago I posted Canvas, Paper, Silver, and Glass: St. Cecilia Trombone Image in Many Forms, which included a trombone image in painted glass. Trombone images of this type seem to be relatively rare, but last week I added a stained-glass image from the small English village of Booton (Norfolk) to the Trombone History Timeline (19th century). Here it is, below, along with the timeline entry and a more detailed image of the trombone.
1891—Booton, Norfolk, England: The rebuild of St. Michael and All Angels church is completed. One of the nave windows, completed by Alex Booker, includes a depiction of angels playing cymbals and trombone (see detail and full image below; public domain) (Wilson, North East Norfolk and Norwich: Norfolk 1, 409).