In 1861 William Morris partnered with Edward Burne-Jones and Dante Rossetti to produced stained glass works of a very high order, and a very distinctive Pre-Raphaelite style - rich in color - harking back to the medieval glass common in English cathedrals and churches before much of its destruction in the 16th and 17th centuries. This stained glass reproduction features a detail from the Burne-Jones window in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford depicting Charity. Hand painted glass panel. Gift boxed. Measures 12.5 in, hangs on a 2.5 chain.