A very attractive, reclaimed, Victorian cast iron window. The window has an abundance of style with a curved top and 18 rectangular glazed panels. The bottom centre of the window has a panel that opens horizontally on a pivot and there is a catch at its base that we believe can be moved to a position that stops the window opening, once it is installed. The window is currently glazed with clear glass but there are some breaks and the glass will need replacing. The window could also be converted in to a decorative mirror and glazed with mirror glass. There are attached fixing horns at each corner. The window is very heavy and well made but does have some signs of wear and age. There is some surface rust and knocks. The paint has chips and flaking and the window will need stripping and re-finishing to suit. The window has a fantastic period appearance and would make a lovely feature within a home.
Width 122.5cm (plus 5cm approx per fixing horn)
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