This glass decoration forms part of a new range of products which takes it's inspiration from the stained glass windows found in the East Cloister. The remains of glass from war damaged windows were set in an abstract pattern in the half-windows at the north end of this cloister by Goddard and Gibbs in the 1950s. Most of the glass appears to be from the 19th and 20th centuries but there are some Tudor quarries at the base of the designs salvaged from the eastern window of Henry VII's chapel with the initials H and R crowned.
- Meaures W7.4 L9.4cm (excluding hanging loop)
- Made from glass
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