This is a circa 1870 Antique Queen Anne leaded glass transom window from a Finger Lakes area Queen Anne style house that unfortunately was destroyed by fire. This was the transom window that stood above the front door and fortunately was not significantly damaged at all. Three beveled pieces, two of which are squares, really help make this piece unique. There are no breaks and the overall condition is very good.
This piece measures 33-3/4" wide by 12-1/2" high including the frame.
This window is in very good condition, and has no breaks. It was not significantly damaged by the house fire.
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