Infant Stained Glass Ornament
Opened in 1932, The Folger Shakespeare Library was a gift to the American people from Henry Clay Folger and his wife Emily Jordan Folger.
This piece is a detail from the original window at the west end of the Gail Kern Paster Reading Room, the Seven Ages of Man window was created in the Philadelphia stained-glass studio of Nicola D'Ascenzo. At Henry Folger's request, D'Ascenzo modeled the stone tracery of the window after the aspe window of Stratford's Holy Trinity Church.
Size: 4 x 3 in.
Museum Glass Art is made in the USA.