Hand-painted Rose Window of York Minster glass roundel made on the fringes of Scotland and Cumbria.
High in the peak of the South Transept in York Minster is the Rose Window which is extraordinary compared to other known recolor glass windows in Britain.
The Rose Window took its present conform to 1515 and recognizes the union of the illustrious places of York and Lancaster.
After the 1984 fire, the window required broad reclamation as the warmth of the fire split the 7,000 bits of glass in the window in around 40,000 spots.
This stunning bit of saving work was finished and the window was back set up by the late spring of 1987.