Antique early 1800’s windows, salvaged from an 1823 Federal home in Columbia, Tennessee, outside Nashville. The house was designed by architect Nathan Vaught and finished in 1823 for Major John Brown II, who named the house “Annoatuck,” an Indian word meaning “a windy hill.” The window sashes, each with nine panes, are all in their original frames and have unusual square window weights (most antique window weights are round). The windows are made of poplar and have a lot of their original wavy glass, although several are missing panes and/or may have had some panes replaced as shown. The hardware (locks and handles) on the windows are a later addition. Each window measures 43” wide and 86-1/2” tall. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH WINDOW; THERE ARE 3 AVAILABLE.
Antique Garden & Architectural
Antique Windows & Doors