Antique American Stained
Glass Door w/ Peacock Transom & Sidelights - in jamb
We salvaged this
beautiful pine door from a late 1800s church in Pittsburgh, PA - this is the
original jamb, sidelights & transom, however the actual door was
replaced at some time with a metal door
Note: doric pilasters, interior molding intact as
with any stained glass this age, there are some slight stress fractures
* Many sizes &
styles of stained glass were salvaged - please inquire - all are
non-pictorial (non-religious scenes) - this was the only door stained glass
door that was salvaged
overall: 78.5" wide
(6.5') x 126" tall (10.5') x 10.75" thick
inside of jamb =
transom = 37.5"
wide x 74" tall
sidelights = 10.5"
wide x 49" tall
door = 35"
wide x 79" tall
jamb thickness = 9"
x 1 3/8"
bull nose brick mold = 1
3/4" x 1 7/8"
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