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    Posted 10 years ago

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    Acquired from a small, local, antique shoppe, in Wrentham, Massachusetts. The shoppe owner, stated that he purchased this transom, from a private residence, during one of his excursions, up in Maine. Original framing, lead caming, and glass. No repairs are evident - c. 1910

    Since it's purchase, I've been trying to determine, what the center image pattern is.....an Owl? What do you think?

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    1. stainedglass stainedglass, 10 years ago
      Hi Rob...thank you, for your post, and input. For a moment, I thought you may be right, and then remembered, that I had never removed the original window pull, which is on the bottom of the frame. You can't see it, in the photo, so indeed, the window, is right-side up.

      Thanks again : )

      Sharon
    2. stainedglass stainedglass, 10 years ago
      @ timbaran: Thank you, for the like!
    3. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
      stainedglass, it may still be upside down if this was a transom window.......and I support the theory that it's just a design not meant to be anything in particular. Just my opinion...............
    4. stainedglass stainedglass, 10 years ago
      Thanks for your comment, and the like, Pop_abides...I suppose, for now, it's best to leave the interpretation, of this window, to the eyes of the viewer.
    5. stainedglass stainedglass, 10 years ago
      Thank U's to: nwclocks | pickrknows | bratjdd | stepback_antiques | timbaran - for all of your likes & loves, and dropping by!
    6. stainedglass stainedglass, 10 years ago
      More sincere thank u's, go out to: Deanteaks | Hedgewalker & officialfuel...I just happened to be checking in, here, when I noticed, that you all had stopped by. You guys, are just great, for showing so much appreciation & support!

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