New! A depiction of Hamlet taken from the Shakespeare Window at Southwark Cathedral, London.
William Shakespeare was the best known parishioner of St Saviour’s Church, which later grew into Southwark Cathedral. He wrote most of his plays when he was connected with the Globe Theatre which stood near the Cathedral.
Hand-made in the Anglo-Scottish Borders.
The 6 inch diameter roundel is framed with lead and hung with trace chain. Gift boxed with enclosed window suction hanger.
This is not an stocked piece. It is "Made as Ordered" in England, one at a time.
Please Allow 4-6 Weeks For Delivery.