Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Jubilee Window

In the Palace of Westminster today British artist John Reyntiens unveiled his stained-glass window created to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. It will go on permanent display above the North Door of Westminster Hall later this year. It was paid for by a whip-round of members of both houses of Parliament, as a gift to the Queen. Up to 1,500 pieces of glass were used to create a golden lion and white unicorn on either side of the Royal coat of arms.


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