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This is a beautiful antique stained/slag glass window with wood frame. Featuring what appears to be the original, beautifully textured and bubbled, multi colored stained glass panes. The window is missing the larger centerpiece, one lavender side rectangular piece, and a clear corner piece.

Two of the corner pieces are a bright multi-toned chartreuse, and the third is clear. The four “white” pieces are actually white with a subtle bubbling of pale blue. The blue rectangles are marbled with mauve. The four center squares are all marbled in warm earth tones of varying shades of brown, green, blue, yellow and white. The Lavender or mauve rectangle appears more pink in the pictures, but is actually more light shades of purple than pink, with a marbling of white.

Please note that one of the blue rectangular piece of glass is loose -- but doesn’t come out (see first picture). The wood at the bottom of the pane (which holds it in place) is partially split at the location of the small intersecting nail, and needs to be repaired, which is an easy fix. One of the white pieces of glass has a small chip and crack, which could also be mended (see picture above). The glass in the third corner is clear -- but very old and appears to be original to the window. Wondering if the original centerpiece was clear (which was common to the style) with two of the corners matching it?

The wood frame, which measures approximately 24 1/8”w x 30 1/4”h x 1 1/4”d and appears to be completely hand made, and is in very good antique condition, with signs of normal wear and aging -- a few scuffs and dings. The corner tongue and groove joints are loose, but still hold together nicely. The front side has a warm patina, with remnants of dark brown stain or paint (a couple of small runs have bled through to the back side of the glass, which are easily removed) and the back side had been painted a dark green. Please make no mistake ... this is a very old piece and is not in “new or perfect” condition.

This window is difficult to photograph -- the colors and textures are amazing! The window, as is --would make a gorgeous piece to simply hang on the wall! Many, many decorative or architectural options with this piece!

If you have any questions or would like to see more pictures please contact me. This piece was very dirty, as it had been stored in a barn. I gently cleaned it just enough to show its beauty, I’ll leave the rest to its new owner!

Exact shipping and insurance costs will be added. Estimating between $20 and $50 depending on your location. Contact me if you would like a shipping quote.

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Vintage Queen Anne - Stained/Slag Glass - Wood Framed Window


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: old stained or slag glass, wood, paint
  • Only ships within United States.
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