A very heavy, reclaimed, metal and oak double window dating to C.1930s. The window has a thick and heavy oak frame which has an interesting wood grain and colour. The frame has oak tabs at the top and base to allow it to be fitted into a wall. There are two windows, each with diamond shaped textured clear glass that has leadwork. One window is fixed shut and the other is meant to open. The window has a lock with a wind out mechanism however the key has been lost (picture 3). It may be possible for you to find a replacement key or tool to open the window. The window has a stay bar and catch with handle. The inside of the window has two metal security bars with twist detailing.
The window is in good solid condition with some signs of age and use, as expected of reclaimed antiques. The oak frame has some knocks, chips and some damage. There is an area where the oak has been knocked and there is a large splinter of wood coming away. There is some glass missing and some cracks to a few of the other panels. One side of the window has some discolouration from where it was attached previously. The metal has some tarnish and the metal paint is flaking. There is some evidence of woodworm on one edge of the frame. The woodworm is dead but there are some holes and softness. The top section of oak has a large screw to keep it secure as it was coming loose from the window. Please see pictures for condition details. The window has great period style and would be ideal for a cottage or period home.
Measurements are approximate due to age
Top width inc horns at sides 111.3cm - 113cm
Thickness of frame 9.3cm - 10cm
Total height 97.5cm
Height excluding bottom oak tabs 83cm
Window measurements per window 29cm x 58.5cm (approx)
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