A pair of very large stained glass windows dating to approximately 1930. The windows are set into arched pine frames and have a beautiful design with a large central oval in bubble style clear glass. The oval is surrounded by delicate green stained glass leaves and orange swags. There are red rosettes and hearts completing the central design. The window has attractive blue stained glass border pieces and there are a mixture of textured and plain clear glass sections. The leading and lead support bars are intact and in good condition. Please note the wooden support bar in photograph 6 is not attached to the windows and was used for holding the windows for the photographs. The windows are in good condition, however there are some signs of use and wear as expected of antique items. There are some small scratches and marks to the glass and there is a break to one of the large orange pieces. There is some wear and weathering to the frames and some damage where they have been removed from their original position, please see pictures for details. The paint is chipping and peeling on the frames and will need stripping and refinishing by purchaser. The windows are a stunning example of 1930's design and their size make them an unusual find. The windows will make a fantastic statement within a home and are very desirable.
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