Don your Christmas cracker crowns and sit down to your feast with this stained-glass roundel. Thought to depict December, this is one of only four surviving pieces showing The Labours of the Months. This roundel is an exceptionally rare and beautiful example of the Norwich school of stained glass from the early 16th century. Its likely that this piece was made by one of the Strangers, skilled craftsmen from the Low Countries who found refuge in Norwich. An ideal Christmas gift, this may appeal to a local eaterie wanting to raise its profile, or as the perfect thanks to the chef in your life.
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