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Historic Gothic Granite Feature Window Frame

Historic Gothic Granite Feature Window Frame
Asking price: €10,000
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Historic Gothic Granite Feature Window Frame


Stunning Early 19th Century Gothic Tracery Window Frame in Wicklow Granite.
This Unique Window Frame is Believed to be to a Design of John Nash, Architect of The Brighton Pavilion and Several Historic Houses in Ireland.

1st Photo is of Similar Window used in Private Home in Dublin (built circa 25 years ago) photo provided to demonstrate possible use of window.
*NOTE the actual Window for sale is the one in the detailed drawings on ad*
Other images are details to scale and include artist's impression of possible use as Landscape Garden Feature, or for bespoke incorporation in New Build or Extension, one of the images includes drawing of the window with possible stained glass leaded light inserts, totalling 24 lights/sections for glass.

Approximate Dimensions 8' 6" Width x 13' 4" Height.
This Window is disassembled in Sections and Very Heavy.
It is available to view at a Marble Works in South County Dublin. Please Contact for Details.

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Fenella Foxx 3 months ago
As this is my first time on Adverts, apologies in advance should my questions sound somewhat naive ! I was directed toward this Ad by a colleague. Firstly, Are there any actual photographs of the window. Secondly, would you be so kind as to let me know the location where it is currently stored.
Also, do you happen to know which building by Nash that the window came from ?
Iz 3 months ago
@Fenella Foxx Hi there, thanks for getting in touch. I can send you a private messages with details and my phone number once you place an offer of €1. Best wishes, Iz
Fenella Foxx 3 months ago
Whereas I fully appreciate you may not wish to disclose the precise location on a public forum. I would appreciate it if you could upload pictures of the actual window you are selling, the drawings are lovely, however they are not something I could propose to my client without actual pictures of the item for sale. As I mentioned previously, I am not au fait with this site as a point of purchase. I am only in Ireland for the next few days. Importantly, have you an indication of the cost of glazing the window , maybe the completed window in situ would be a guideline. Please understand I am tentatively considering this item for a clients project, I would have to ascertain the facts around the item, therefore in this case pm's would be a little inappropriate.
Iz 3 months ago
@Fenella Foxx Thanks for your message. I am happy to provide info publicly, however the suggestion to send private messages was purely to enable a clearer communication, needless to say without obligation. I don't have photos as the window is in storage. The images on the ad give an indication and the buyer would need to view and source a glazer themselves to gauge if it is a suitable undertaking for the project they have in mind.
The window can be viewed at Christopher O'Neill & Sons, The Marble Works, on Ballyogan Road in Carrickmines. You can find their phone number online and perhaps they can send you a photo.
As stated in the description, this window was after a design by Nash, but it was not taken from one of his buildings. I hope this has been helpful to you.
Fenella Foxx 3 months ago
Thank you for your time.

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