Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels
Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels
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Set Two American Winslow Brothers Painted Wrought Iron Elevator Grille Panels

DETAILS
Repurposed as a pair of window door sidelight grilles from antique Winslow Brothers iron mesh panels salvaged from a birdcage elevator in the historic Railroad Building in Denver.
STYLE
Victorian
PROVENANCE
Railroad Building (1515 Larimer Street, Denver, Colorado, 1888-circa 1971 demolished)
LITERATURE
Catalog: Ornamental Iron, The Winslow Bros. Co., 1894, page 117, Figure 7
MAKER
The Winslow Brothers Company Ornamental Iron Works (Chicago, Illinois, 1887-1921)
PERIOD
Late 19th century
DATE
Circa 1894
DIMENSIONS
Width 16 Depth 0.75 Height 81 inches
Mail slot: Width 2.5 Height 10 inches
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