This is an marvelous, large antique American jeweled stained glass window, circa 1890 and salvaged from a home in Philadelphia. The intricate design of the glass incorporates several different glass types and a subdued selection of colors, with amethyst purple, amber, blue, clear and lavender glass. The design begins with a stylized urn ornamented with petite faceted red jewels and is surrounded with clear granite glass. The urn rests on a stylized lattice background which features arched points and curved lines, smooth amber jewels and faceted red jewels accent the window throughout. The design is framed with rippled amber and amethyst borders. The window is in very good antique condition, with some hairline cracks (see pictures) which are hardly noticeable and do not affect the beauty of the piece. The frame is also in good antique condition, with the wear typical of an old window. It measures 24-1/2" wide and approx. 107-1/2" tall, with a frame 1-1/2" thick. The glass is 19-5/8" wide and 101-1/2" tall. This is the center piece of a three-part landing window, the other two complimentary pieces are available under # NSG85-RW and # NSG87-RW. If you are interested in the complete three-part landing window, it can be found under # NSG88-RW.
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