Offered is an Incredible Set of Mid-19th Century Fine Neo-Gothic Architectural Cast Iron Arched Church Window Frames. Originally from a central Pennsylvania church, they have Quatrefoil and Trefoil symbols, typical of Christian church architecture.
It's easy to picture these set over a set of french doors, or a picture window. They would need to be framed in properly, but a handy carpenter, mason or builder could easily handle such a task. Mount them with stained glass behind, or in the right application, back-lit would be very interesting, too.
Made of finely cast iron, they are heavy. Total weight is 151.2 pounds. Overall width is greater than 72" (can be more or a little less depending on spacing when installed). The last picture shows a credit card on the smallest arch piece.
The measurement / weight breakdown is as follows: Large: 24-7/8"H x 12"W - 61.4 pounds Mid: 22-3/8"H x 12-1/8"W - 54.5 pounds Small: 17-1/4"H x 12-1/4"W - 35.3 pounds All are about 3/4" thick
They still retain old coats of heavy paint. One (far right) was mostly cleaned up so you could see the detail. They could be chemically stripped or bead blasted and painted, patinated or powder coated. Either way, they will look stunning. There are no cracks or other structural damage, only some minor surface rust. Fixed $210 delivery is for Continental USA Only