Magnificent antique American stained glass windows, dating from the early 1900s, and salvaged from a home in Philadelphia, PA. Each window is framed in a dual border of mauve and amber glass; the corners of the amber glass border curve into beautiful stylized, fleur-de-lis with red and turquoise highlights. A charming octagram-style star ornaments the center of the window and is composed of orange ripple glass and iridescent blue slag glass; a green jewel accents the center. The Neoclassical motif is encircled in a red frame surrounded by granite glass, pink jewels, and stylized leaves in citron green. The windows and their glass are in very good condition with a few minor cracks and gaps (as pictured;) one of the window is slightly bowed. Each window measures 24" wide and 33" tall with a frame 1-1/2" thick, and the glass measures 20" wide and 30" tall. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH WINDOW.
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