County Clare Ireland - The one-way streets of Ennis still have a medieval feel to them. Ennis grew up around a friary founded in the 13th century when wandering Franciscians were befriended by the O'Brien, King of Thomund. The abbey stands roofless but the hall tower is intact. The cloisters and church are rich in medieval carvings. This replica window features a beautiful, peaceful outdoor scene in the churchyard. Made of gray resin mix.