Lot 279    

Window with Nine Colored, Pressed Glass Panes,
2004 American Furniture and Folk Art July 22-23
in a white-painted pine frame. Central, orange pane has crane and palm trees (possibly Florida scene); 9.75" x 7.5". Above and below this central pane are cobalt panes with foliate decoration on a checkered background;4.25" x 7.5". Flanking the central pane are aqua panes with poppies; 9.5" X 4.5". In the corners, are pale amythest panes with a geometric design; 4.5" square. A wonderful assembly of fancy window glass, possibly by the Addison Glass Factory in Addison, NY; 23.5" x 22".

Ex. Collection of the Mary Kay Walter Family Trust

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