A very heavy, reclaimed, opening crittall window in oak frame, 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 horns on one side and at the top, to allow it to be fitted into a wall. The crittall window is opening and there is a decorative handle. The bottom of the window has a stay bar. The window is in solid condition with some signs of age and some damage, as expected of reclaimed antiques. The oak frame has some knocks, chips, some splits and cracks. The metal has some tarnish and surface rust and the metal paint is flaking. The window opens freely but its a little more difficult to close the window again. There are some panes of broken and cracked glass and the window will need re-glazing. One of the lead bars has bent slightly. The base of the frame has some broken oak. 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
Height of window 122cm (131cm including the top horns)
Width 61cm (67cm including side horn at top)
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