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Monumental French Cast Iron Window Item # F8415
Nearly 200 years old, this incredible cast iron architectural remnant would have been found decorating the windows of a municipal building or impressive manor. Cast iron became a popular alternative building material in the 19th century, as it did not catch fire and was easier to "mass produce." This piece would have held a wooden framed oval window, as it includes a hinged door, which is empty now. You could add a mirror or a paned window today, to turn it into an interesting decorative element. Or, return it to its proper home as the crowning piece to an architectural pediment.
- Historical Style: Classical Revival
- Condition Notes: Worn patina on the cast iron, without rust or pitting.
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Monumental French Cast Iron Window