A beautiful example of an early 1900’s American leaded glass window set, salvaged from a home in York, PA. This Spanish Revival sash set features a stylized shield in the middle of its top section framed with a circular band; the window is composed of clear granite, hammered, and ripple glass and its background has a streamlined design with ogee arch details. The glass is in very good condition with a small hairline crack in one of its glass panes. The wooden frame is also in good condition with a painted finish and the expected wear. The window measures 22-3/8” wide, 67-5/8” tall overall and 1-1/2" thick. The glass in the top sash measures 18” wide and 30” tall, and the glass in the bottom sash measures 18” wide and 29-3/4” tall. This piece requires a custom shipping quote, please contact us if you're interested.