A pair of Victorian leaded stained glass door panels, circa 1880, each with an ecclesiastical style portrait panel over a foliate panel with a central amethyst coloured bullseye.
Although apparently fairly typical of 19th century stained glass door panels it would appear that these have been constructed from sections of salvaged ecclesiastical window fragments and other coloured stock and textured glass.
Condition is generally good and sturdy, one portrait is cracked along the bottom and a few cracks to the border glass. Some lead solder repairs.
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