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1933 Stained Glass Window Border Drawing

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1933 Stained Glass Window Border Drawing
1933 Stained Glass Window Border Drawing
1933 Stained Glass Window Border Drawing
1933 Stained Glass Window Border Drawing

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; original creases where folded
Country of Origin:
England
Materials:
pen, ink and watercolor on paper
Size:
68" L x 17.5" W
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Pen, ink and watercolor stained glass window cartoon (meaning drawing) from the firm Clayton Bell, one of England's leading stained glass window manufacturers. The firm begin in the 1850s and operated in England, America and other locations. This drawing was used to make a window in the private home of Esquire C.F. Leach in 1933. In-house artists and the family were responsible for the drawing, but it is not signed. There is a Clayton Bell stamp on the drawing.
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About Prints Charming Soho

Why fill your walls with the banal? Prints Charming Soho searches the world for art that is different, interesting, and good looking, poring over beautiful antique prints and books in quest for the special.