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Westminster Abbey – Poets’ Corner Window Silk Scarf

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The design of this scarf is taken from the modern window above Geoffrey Chaucer’s tomb in Poets’ Corner which is a memorial to Edward Horton Hubbard, who did much to save the Victorian heritage of Liverpool. Designed in antique flash glass it contains 12 small diamond-shaped panes, which will gradually be inscribed as memorials to poets and writers. The abstract design is loosely based on the 13th-century geometrical layout of interrelated roundels.

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100% Pure Silk

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