Tall Early 20th century hall or porch lantern with leaded glass
This early 20th century hall or porch lantern is very tall. It is interesting as there are pontils in the glass. This is colloquially known as a 'bulls eye' or a pontil mark. In the past, window glass was made through a blob of molten glass being picked up on a pontil, and spun rapidly to form a disk. The edges were then snapped off to form a square or oblong glass pannel. The frame of the lantern is constructed of flat c-scroll metal, with some black paint left and a rusty look. This piece has a really good early look to it; probably C1900
DimensionsH:111 W:37 D:37
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