This stately arched entryway system features a striking spiderweb palladium window over delicate circle and diamond patterned sidelights with flower ornaments decorating the came. Raised panels occupy the walls and arched ceiling of the entry while crown molding graced with dentil modillions forms the border between the walls and arch, extending above the square fluted pilasters on the face of the piece forming the capitals. Above the pilasters, simple molding leads up to a keystone with incised groove decoration. The interior components of the archway are painted an off-white color. The exterior is mostly unfinished with exception of the sidelight and transom window sashes, which are coated in pale green paint.
This system is in good salvaged condition but will require repairs and reconditioning to bring back to its former state. The sidelights and transom will need glass panes replaced, as they each have missing or broken pieces. Some small sections of molding and trim may be missing from areas throughout the structure. Weathering and wear are present throughout the piece from exposure to the elements and traffic over an extended period. Please inquire as to the current condition of the piece.
This archway was acquired from a bank in Kenbridge, Virginia.
Item Measurements: 128(L) x 72(W) x 161(H)
A diagram has been provided in the above photos detailing dimensions of each component.