Titania Window Transfer

Titania Window Transfer

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This image of Titania, Queen of the Fairies in William Shakespeare's comedy 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' is reproduced from the window commemorating Shakespeare in the Cathedral.

The window is situated in the south aisle and consists of three panels; the left one shows characters from Shakespeare's tragedies, the right one from his comedies and the central panel shows Prospero and Ariel from The Tempest.

The stained glass was designed by Christopher Webb in 1954 replacing an earlier window which was destroyed during WWII.

Stained Glass Transfer is a translucent, self-cling print presented on a clear PVC panel, wrapped in cellophane bag with an informative label – the perfect gift and colourful memento from a place you visit.

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