Charming antique American stained glass windows, dating from the early 1900s, and salvaged from a home in Philadelphia, PA. The windows are framed with a green ripple glass border; the center is composed of clear and glue chip glass. The window's focal point features a stylized flower executed in green and citron slag glass with an angular, amber granite glass detail below. The windows and their glass are in very good condition with some missing glazing; one of the windows has a slight bow (as pictured.) Each window measures 28-3/8" wide and 23-3/8" tall with a frame 1-3/8" thick, and the glass measures 24" wide and 20" tall. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH WINDOW.
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