This interpretation of the rose window of Lausanne Cathedral is a beautiful ornament that can be used as a window or wall decoration year-round. The rose window is among the masterpieces of European artistic heritage. Its panes depict the medieval view of the world arranged around the figure of God.
- Brass with gold electroplated in bright and matte finishes - Dimensions: 2.75 inches in diameter x 3.5 inches x 6.75 inches - Packaging includes historic and educational information - Item #: 8709
The Cathedral of Notre Dame of Lausanne is in the canton of Vaud in Switzerland. Construction began 1170 and was completed in 1275. Pierre d’Arras created this spectacular stained glass window for the south facade of the Lausanne Cathedral in Lausanne, Switzerland, from 1231-1235.