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Peoria Architectural Salvage

Large Stained Glass Flower Arbor Entry Set, Antique Stained Glass Transom Set, Free Shipping

Regular price $4,900.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $4,900.00 USD
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**This set ships free within the continental US. Please allow 2-3 weeks processing time. It can also be picked up from our warehouse or shipped with other large items for a discounted price.**

A entryway surround of sparkling green, violet, periwinkle, and caramel colored slag glass that together create a stunning, flower-laden arbor design. The branches of the flowering vines arch over the entire set to create a breathtaking garden scene that would be perfect surrounding a grand vestibule door in a Victorian home.

This set has been built into a temporary frame for photographic purposes, but will disassemble into five separate oak framed panels for shipment. Most of the oak frames (frames are not original) are very sturdy with the exception of one that needs to be reframed or added support of corner brackets. 

The entire set as pictured in the 2x4 lumber frame measures 85 3/8" wide by 81 3/8" tall. The opening for a door or pass through measures 35 3/16" wide by 56 1/8" tall. The glass and oak frame panels long the sides measure 22" wide by 56" tall. The two top corner glass sections measure 21" wide by 21" tall (including oak frames) and the transom across the top center measures 37 1/4" wide by 21" tall (including the frame). The set shown here includes the five stained glass panels with thin oak frames and shipping. It does not come with the 2x4 frame we've built for display purposes. 

There are sections that have straight cracks or small gaps between the glass and lead. We have tried to show all of them to the best of our abilities in the photos. There is also some very slight bending in the lead in the top sections, but it is fairly minimal and the glass is secure. Please see all of our pictures for details or message us to request more photos of this set. The final picture shows the glass with light directly on it instead of backlit; there is a distinct color difference depending on how the glass is illuminated.