A reclaimed pine and metal circular glazed window dating to C.1930. The window is thick and heavy and is well made. The window has been glazed with clear, ripple, textured glass. Please note, purchaser must ensure the glass meets current safety regulations and change it before use if it does not. The pine has been painted, yellow on one side and white on the other but there are some chips and knocks and purchaser may wish to strip and re-paint the window to suit. The window is opening and the pivots and catch are in good working order, although please note the opening and closing catch is slightly stiff. The window is in good solid condition with some signs of use and wear, as expected of reclaimed items. There are some knocks, chips and thin surface splits in the pine. The frame joints have some very slight separation in places. Please see pictures for condition details. The window has great character and is of a style that is very popular, making it ideal for home projects.
Thickness of pine 10.8cm approx
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