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Salvaged Leaded Glass Window Sash, Diamond Pattern, 28" x 49 1/8"

SKU:
ELEAD1
$674.99
Shipping:
Included

Description

This leaded glass window sash was salvaged from the Kean Estate, a 17,000 square-foot Georgian style stone mansion atop the highest point in Livingston, New Jersey. The property was the original home of 10-term U.S. Congressman Robert W. Kean. The window sash features a panel of diamond patterned wavy leaded glass below a piece of modern non-wavy glass of the same size held in a quarter sawn oak sash.

Details: This 2 lite window is comprised of two layers of 23 3/4"(W) x 21"(H) glass panels: wavy leaded glass and modern non-wavy glass held in a quarter sawn oak sash. The upper pane has adhesive lead came strips applied in a diamond pattern on both sides, reflecting the actual leaded glass panel below.

Condition: Very good. One side of the sash has a coat of weathered off-white paint, while the opposing side has a dark stained natural finish highlighting the beautiful grain patterning of the oak. Glass condition detail:
2 Windows Available: The faux came is mostly intact on both but may be missing from small areas.
Window #1 has 4 cracked panes in the leaded glass panel, 3 along the bottom edge, and one towards the middle of the panel.
Window #2 has 2 cracked panes, 1 along the top of the leaded panel and 1 along the bottom.

History: This window was salvaged from the Kean Estate, a 17,000 square-foot mansion sat atop the highest point in Livingston, New Jersey. This Georgian style stone mansion was the original home of 10-term U.S. Congressman Robert W. Kean, father of former Governor Thomas Kean. This sprawling residence features 14 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and 15 fireplaces.
The Kean Estate, and items from it, is featured on Episode 6, Season 11, of the DIY Network Show, "Salvage Dawgs".

Weight: 33 lbs.
Item Measurements (Not Including Hardware): 2.125(L) x 28(W) x 49 1/8(H)

Extra Information

Type:
Vintage