This is an antique, wooden window sash or screen frame, from the late 1800's or very early 1900's. Features include the original handle, screening in tact, and fantastic, old shabby antique white paint. This was used as a screen insert, but may have also been a "storm" window insert at some point. This old frame was rescued from an estate in historic West Chester, Pennsylvania.
The overall measurements are approx. 28” x 30-1/2” x 1” thick.
CONDITION: Frame is in good solid with over 100 year old patina. There are no breaks, major splits, or other structural damage, and screening is it tact with some cosmetic wear. Dirt, cosmetic wear, and patina is present, as displayed in the photos.
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