A rare and very old reclaimed oak glazed window. The window dates to perhaps the early 18th Century and has an abundance of period character. The window has one opening and one fixed glazed panel, glazed with clear glass set into lead glazing bars. The opening window has a stay bar and unusual handle catch. The glazing panels are set into a very thick oak frame with a very characterful grain and antique appearance. The window is of a considerable age and does have signs of wear, use and damage. One glass pane is missing and two have large cracks. The fixed window has some loose lead that is coming away from the frame. The metal handle catch is stiff and will need some adjustments. The metal window furniture has surface rust and tarnish. There are some cracks and missing pieces of window putty. The frame has some light damage, knocks and small holes. There is colour variation to the oak from age and weathering, purchaser may wish to sand and refinish it to suit. Please see pictures for condition details. The window has a wonderful appearance and is a fantastic antique item. Once some restoration is complete by purchaser the window will be ideal for a cottage or rustic home.
Width (excluding horns) 91cm
Oak thickness 9.7cm
Window apertures 33cm x 66cm
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