IT HAS 2 CLEAR TEXTURED PATTERN IT HAS 0 PLAIN CLEAR GLASS IN THE SURROUND. Hold until you release. IF YOU ARE GOING TO USE IT AS A WEATHER STOPPING WINDOW OR ONE IN A CLOSING DOOR LET ME KNOW. THESE ARE ART AND IN COME CASES NOT FUNCTIONAL. IF YOU WOULD TAKE A MINUTE AND READ BELOW ONCE IT WILL GIVE YOU ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS. If it runs more than that, I will contact you and hope we can agree to either cancel or split the extra. With the constant raise in rates and the endless add on’s UPS charges are a mystery until they ring up the bill. I list fixed price. That price is usually considerably lower than others. I can only judge what I paid and past sales to fix a price. Once the window has spent time on the market, I will adjust. About 15% of the windows will have had glass replaced. Another 25% will have had exterior lead replaced (covered by frame). In some cases I will mention that there is a small tight crack. It will be noted and most likely highlighted in the photo. I only repair with near perfect matching pieces and if it would require replacing several pieces to compensate for one crack… I just discount and move on. IF there is damage to the piece when you receive it. I view the windows as a bygone form of art. The windows are eighty to over a hundred years old. On rare occasions, I get newly made (in old style) English windows. They are duly noted. A few common terms: Sash= window that is similar in size both directions Transom= window twice or more wide as high Side Window= window twice or more high as wide Victorian=made during reign of Queen Victoria mid to late 1800’s Edwardian= Made during time Edward was regent and King 1890’s-1910 Deco= 1920’s–30’s geometrics Manchester window= Mass produced window from between the wars. Pub glass- make to fill the “Victorian” pubs that sprang up during the American invasion of the 1960’s and 70’s. A repair made by covering the crack with lead on both sides to hide the crack. Easier than doing a real repair. Any that exist are by someone other than myself. All of our pieces are reclaimed from England. This is not the original frame. The original frame was damaged and replaced to preserve the integrity of the piece. The custom frame is knot free 5/4 pine suitable for painting or staining. The actual size of the glass is an inch to inch and a quarter smaller than the listed framed size. Rarely an old frame or a new window will appear thanks to our supplier slipping it in. A suitable box is used for each window. They are protected by several layers of cardboard, wrapped in bubble wrap and surrounded by peanuts. The item “OLD LEADED ENGLISH STAINED GLASS WINDOW. LOTS OF COLOR. UNUSUAL PINK CENTER” is in sale since Wednesday, August 29, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Stained Glass Windows”. The seller is “grammy-cracker” and is located in Marietta, Georgia. This item can be shipped to United States.