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Gothic Gasthaus Stained Glass Window Triptych Item # F5553
This is an exceptional and gorgeous American example of the art of true stained glass. Likely made for a German-style rathskeller or gasthaus, given the celebratory subject matter, it dates from the late 19th century. Regardless of origin, its artistically composed and highly evocative imagery make it a superlative and charming piece. The subjects of the hand-painted and fired panels depict a toasting jolly barkeep with a bird overhead, a beautiful curtsying princess in a low-cut gown, and a chef hurrying from the kitchen with a roasted boar's head and a little dog at his heels. Each figure is presented in their own hand-milled gothic cathedral frame and surrounded by radiating panes of romantic red glass. This window still sits in its original period sash, but has been updated with eye-hooks so that it can be mounted and viewed from either side.
- Historical Style: Victorian
- Condition Notes: Some all commensurate with age.
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Gothic Gasthaus Stained Glass Window Triptych