Door Sidelight with Cupplate and Bullseye Window Panes

Object Name: 
Door Sidelight with Cupplate and Bullseye Window Panes

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Object Name: 
Door Sidelight with Cupplate and Bullseye Window Panes
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
83.4.21
Dimensions: 
Overall H (max): 136.7 cm, W (max): 36.1 cm, Th: 3.1 cm; Cup Plates Diam: 8.5 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1830-1850
Primary Description: 
Colorless and opalescent non-lead and lead glass; blown and pressed glass, leaded into a wooden frame. Rectangular wooden frame containing blown glass panels in several shapes with three pressed glass, opalescent cup plates having a profile of Henry Clay in the center and scroll decoration around the rim; the cup plates spaced evenly among the blown glass pieces. The leading has decorative four and six petal flowers.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Old Sturbridge Village, Former Collection
1983-04-27
Picture This: Windows on the American Home
Venue(s)
National Building Museum 2003-03-10 through 2003-08
Minnesota Historical Society 2003-10-13 through 2004-11