A pretty, reclaimed, stained glass window that is likely to date to the early 1900s. The window appears to have been designed to sit above a front door and has the number 94 in the centre, surrounded by a circle formed with red and blue stained glass. The rest of the window has pretty colours and designs and there are 5 lovely roundels on each side of the centre circle in differing colours. The stained glass is surrounded by a painted pine frame. The frame has two cut hinges at the base and a catch at the top and was originally designed to open, although you could remove these if you wish.
The window is in very good reclaimed condition and there are no breaks to the glass. The window does have some signs of use, as expected of reclaimed items. The glass has some small imperfections. There is some paint residue on the glass. The frame has some holes at the top and the bottom of the frame has had some slits cut into it. The paint is chipping in places. The frame has some small knocks and chips. The glazing bars have some surface rust. Please see pictures for condition details. The window has a very pretty look and would make a lovely feature in a home.
PLEASE NOTE: The window is COLLECTION ONLY.
Pine frame thickness 4.5cm
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