This window is one of a set (the others are available at Old House Parts) and was salvaged from a former church in Biddeford. It is estimated that this window is from the 1880's. While the pictures try to capture its elegance, people interested can come to the Chamber to see the window in person.
Dimensions are 24 3/4 width by 60 3/4 length.
The Old House Parts Company has been an American Architectural Salvage mecca for homeowners, builders, designers, architects, artists and enthusiasts from all over the country since 1996. Situated in an 11,000 square foot 1872 freight warehouse, it is a revolving museum of genuine architectural salvage including antique windows, doors, hardware, stained glass, lighting, fireplace mantels, moldings, wainscoting, bead board, paneling, stair parts, claw foot tubs, sinks, iron, stone, masonry, old wood flooring and more. A collection of 3,000+ salvaged, antique doors grouped by panels can only be seen to be believed. The thousands of antique doorknobs, back plates, locksets and hinges, are all sorted by style and size for your convenience. There is hundreds of antique stained glass and leaded glass windows, with many perched on ledges for easy viewing.
Thousands of linear feet of salvaged wood and flooring are available for endless uses. Daily, visitors are astonished by the meticulous organization of the inventory and impressed by the friendly, helpful expertise of the staff all supervised by the knowledgeable Mike Thompson who has been with OHPC for over a decade.
No shipping available. Winning bidders are responsible for picking up their items at the Chamber after Tuesday, Nov. 13.
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