Stain Glass Windows
Good day, people! Hope everyone is well.
So, today, I'm wondering if stained glass windows on churches would be deemed duplicates. I don't mean the typical stained glass windows you find in churches that usually display a saint, or Jesus, or the Virgin Mary, etc. I mean unique stained glass windows.
As an example, this one shows a turkey in St. Andrew's Church in a village called Boynton. Now, the significance of it being a turkey is that the Strickland family who were barons of Boynton for some time, were the same Stricklands that descended from the William Strickland that introduced turkeys to England, and they paid for the reconstruction of that church. They also used a turkey in their coat of arms.
So, I'm curious if this could pass off as a wayspot on it's own merit or if it would be deemed a duplicate.
SIDE NOTE: The picture was taken last year when I submitted the church itself, so I don't have a supporting photo to go with it at present and probably wouldn't attempt to submit it until after lockdown has eased/been lifted in the UK.