Found in Denver, Colorado, this salvaged, antique rectangular Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company window has faceted green jewels, surrounded by green, yellow and marbled cranberry stained glass in an early art nouveau design. It appears to be housed in the original pine wooden frame. Finely crafted with unusually brilliant color combinations.
PLACE OF ORIGIN
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company (Pittsburgh, PA, 1883–1968), (now PPG Industries, Inc.). The company had a location at Broadway and Walnut Street in Denver, Colorado.
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, Catalogue A, 1900, illustration G, Model C231.
Late 19th/Early 20th century
Width 24 Height 27 inches
Glass: Width 19.5 Height 21.5 inches
Note: some restoration and typical minor tight cracks.