A large, reclaimed, original Victorian pine sash window. The window is traditional in design and comprises of a top and bottom window that sits within the sash frame. The window has weights and cords but please note that one sash cord is broken. The bottom window is opening but the top window appears to be fixed somehow. When trying to open the top window there is some slight movement and therefore it may be painted shut or fixed with nails and it might be possible for purchaser to try and get the top window opening again. The pine has been painted white but there are marks, chipping and flaking and purchaser will need to sand and re-finish the window to suit. The glass is intact but it has been painted and the paint will need to be removed. The window is solid and heavy with some signs of age and some damage, as expected of antique items. The window has some knocks and chips and there is some damage to the outer edge of the bottom left hand side. There are some surface splits and cracks in the wood but the window is stable. Please see pictures for condition details. The window is a nice period item and is ideal for a home project.
Total width (outside edge to outside edge) 107.4cm
Height (top edge to bottom edge) 137.5cm (front) - 138cm (sides and back) - The front edge of the window has a small cut out step detail