A pair of reclaimed pine sash windows. The windows are likely to date to C.1900 and comprise of a top and bottom. Each window is glazed with clear glass. Depending on where the windows are to be situated the glass may not meet current safety requirements, please check with your builder or building control and change the glass if they do not. The pine window frames have been painted white but there are some chips and flaking to the paint and purchaser will need to sand and re-paint the windows to suit. The windows are in solid reclaimed condition with some signs of age, as expected. There are some small holes, knocks and chips to the pine frames. Some of the window putty is missing and therefore some of the glass is slightly loose. The sash cord is cut. Please see pictures for condition details. The windows are versatile and purchaser could ask a glazier to fit the windows with mirror glass to make attractive mirrors or perhaps they could be fitted with chalk boards to make interesting boards for a wedding or event. The windows are very useful and have a great period look.
Please note measurements are approximate due to age.
Height 74.4cm (plus horns 7.3cm approx each)