A rare set of two antique American stained glass windows of rectangular form with square leaded panes and textured opalescent glass and vaseline and ruby red jewels. Some jewels are uranium glass which will glow under a UV black light. Each with wood frame.
Trinity United Methodist Church (1820 Broadway, Denver, Colorado, built 1888). Architect: Robert S. Roeschlaub (German-American, 1843-1923). This church was renovated to install an elevator at which time these windows had to be removed. The church is on the National Register of Historic Places (National Register #70000161).
Attributed to Healy and Millet (Chicago, IL, 1879-). Healy and Millet were fabricators for Louis Sullivan.
Late 19th century
(1) Width 22 Height 31 inches, Glass: Width 17.5 Height 27.5 inches
(1) Width 22 Height 38.5 inches, Glass: Width 17.5 Height 34 inches
Note: some tight cracks typical for windows of this age.