Window Header with Keystone, Victorian Terracotta, 49"W x 29"H, 5 Pcs

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This classic, Victorian terracotta window header is a great way to add architectural detail to the exterior of your building's façade.
The terracotta header features an ornate keystone and simple, yet elegant, detailing. The keystone and plinths are decorated with gorgeous foliage ornament.

Currently, this piece is broken down into 5 pieces; the keystone, the left and right horizontal molding, and the left and right vertical molding.

Condition: Excellent condition, showing minor surface scuffs and edge scratches. The header had been coated in white paint, this is showing some minor loss.

History: This header was salvaged from a circa 1885 Italianate style house in Barnesville, Ohio. This salvage job was featured on Season 10, Episode 5, of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".

Dimensions per piece:
Face- 13"(H) x 8 ½"(W) tapering to 6"(W),
Rear Projection- 3 ½"(D) x 7 ½"(H) x 7 ½"(W) tapering to 7 ½"(W)
Horizontal Molding: 5"(D) x 21 5/8"(W)x 8 1/8"(H)
Vertical Molding: 5"(D) x 8 1/8"(W) x 16 ½"(H)
Interior- 32 ½"(W) x 17"(H),
Outer- 49"(W) x 25"H without keystone; 28.5"H with keystone, 5"Deep Weight: 140 lbs.

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