These great windows were salvaged from a Philadelphia church that was demolished in the late 1990’s. Another church saved the windows and planned to use them but 20+ years later they decided to sell. Originally they were from The Central Methodist Episcopal church on Orthodox Street Philadelphia. These windows have great colors and design, the upper has a painted kiln fired medallion. The dedication plate reads William Rodgers. The original frames are painted on the outside. Upper measures 33.25 inches wide, 42.5 tall and 1.75 thick. Lower measures 33.25 inches wide, 43.75 tall and 1.75 thick. The glass only is approximately 29.25 by 39.75 inches. Overall they are in good condition. Scratches and dings as they are antique. There are a few tight hairlines. The glazing putty could use some touch up. The frames have a couple cosmetic chips. Please look at the pictures carefully. I describe all my items as accurately as possible with descriptions and often pictures of any damage. I try to measure within 1/8 of an inch. My salvage business was born of necessity in 1993 when I started restoring an old Victorian home that had seen better days. I needed doors, staircase parts, fireplace mantles and more, so I contacted the owners of a few local buildings that were scheduled for demolition. 17 years later this is still my full time job! I salvage whatever I can think can be reused as long as there is room in my warehouse. The warehouse is open for treasure hunting anytime by appointment. Just contact me to schedule a day and time! This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Stained Glass Windows”. The seller is “bigsteveareno29″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Size: Large
- Decade: 1910s
- Age: 1900-1940
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Type: Church Window
- Features: Leaded, Reclaimed, Salvage