GORGEOUS SET OF (2) ANTIQUE BEVELED GLASS SIDELIGHT TRANSOM WINDOWS, early 1900s. THE PICTURES TELL THE STORY. From a coal mining town in central eastern Pennsylvania, this is a really nice antique set. THERE ARE NO CRACKS IN EITHER WINDOW. MEASURE APPROXIMATELY: 62″ BY 12″ (framed). Measurements of glass only areas: about 57″ by 8″. FRAMES ARE ABOUT 1.5 THICK. BEVELING IS THICK AND TRACES EVERY GLASS TILE IN THE WINDOWS. THERE IS A TINY SCRATCH ON 1 WINDOW (see photo#5). Framed with mortise and tenon construction (see photo#6, and 7). THESE WINDOWS ARE ALL ORIGINAL IN “AS FOUND” CONDITION. THEY WERE SCRUBBED AND WASHED. CAULK IS IN POOR CONDITION, PAINT IS SCARCE, AND CHIPPY WHITE. THERE IS A SMALL AMOUNT OF HOUSEPAINT ON EDGES, FROM YEARS OF USE. I DO NOT KNOW THE HISTORY OF THESE. The item “GORGEOUS SET OF (2) ANTIQUE BEVELED GLASS SIDELIGHT TRANSOM WINDOWS, early 1900s” is in sale since Tuesday, March 24, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Stained Glass Windows”. The seller is “flparry24″ and is located in Dallas, Pennsylvania. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.