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|Collection:||Applied Art - Stained Glass|
|Date:||1911 c - 1911 c|
|Designer:||Florence Camm - View biography for Florence Camm|
|Designer:||T W Camm - View history|
This window is one of three that were designed by Camm for the English House at the Turin International Exhibition of 1911. The windows were awarded the Grand Prix in three classes and also the Diploma of Honour. The subject is taken from Dante's great epic Vita Nuova.
|Transferred from Staffordshire County Museum, 1988.|
|Production Period:||20th Century|
|Medium:||Stained and painted glass with leading.|
|Place of Origin:||Smethwick, England|