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BID DATE:
06/18/2017 10:31 PM
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(3) OLD LEADED STAIN GLASS WINDOW PANELS
Age. More than 50 years old
Composition. Glass, lead
Size. See below
Rating: 8
Comments. This lot includes a 12 ½" as well as a 14 ¾” high stained-glass both of which are 16 ½” wide. Each has a flower with leaves done in shades of red, green, olive as well as multicolored pieces and their background clear glass panels have waves as well as a pebble design. Also included is a 10 ¼” high x 20 ¾” wide stained-glass which has a center design done in shades of amber, green as well as light yellow with clear glass panels that have a bumpy as well as a pebble design. All are held together with thick lead strips and were probably once in window frames. All of glass is in good shape with no breaks but one of the lead strips has a split on one side as well has a loose joint which causes it to bend slightly. Give them a cleaning and they can be repurposed to hang in front of one of your windows or can have many other uses in your modern-day home. I like you 3 weeks in a row

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