American Victorian Solarized Architectural Purple Glass Window Panes (Approximately 300 pcs.)
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American Victorian Solarized Architectural Purple Glass Window Panes (Approximately 300 pcs.)

Ref: J-16-0346
The manganese content used in glass prior to 1915 created a chemical reaction in the sun causing it to turn an amethyst purple color. This type of purple glass became very popular and was marketed as Sun Purple or Sun Glass. These glass panes were salvaged from a late Victorian period building on Larimer Street in Denver, Colorado. With various cast patterns.
DATE
c. 1900
DIMENSIONS
(Approximately 300) Width 4 Height 4 in.
CONDITION
Note: zinc frame is deteriorating.
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