This Edwardian window panel harkens back to the Edwardian Era which was introduced by Edward VII coronation in 1901 and represented a time of innocent indulgence before World War I ripped Europe apart before the world became more complicated and less serene. This rounded stained glass panel measures 22” and cover much of the space in front of most windows. A Purple border provides the boundary of this Mandela of light, flowers rendered in tan, brown, burgundy are well displayed against the yellow background and at the center a touch of pink gives this panel a touch of class. Blue and tan are the primary colors of this window panel; these colors can be worked into most décors. Adding blue and or tan cushions can really tie this work of art to a room’s décor. This handcrafted product places together copper-foiled stain glass alongside cabochons and is expertly fitted into a bronze frame.