A handsome antique American leaded glass window, dating from the early 1920’s and found in a home Indianapolis, IN. The window features nicely arranged geometric lines of lightly sun-purple granite glass in a field of hammered glass and is finished with a narrow amber glass border. The window is in very good condition with one hairline crack in the amber border and a slight bow (as pictured;) the wooden frames are also in very good condition with chippy, painted finish and the expected wear (as pictured.) The window frame measures 21-3/4" wide by 33" tall, and 1-3/8" thick; the glass measures 18" wide by 27-1/4" tall. THE PRICE IS FOR EACH WINDOW; THERE ARE TWO AVAILABLE.
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