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Our striking new 42" tall Prairie Window Art Glass Panel is hand made in the USA with a color palette of Reds, Browns, Gold Ambers and Frosted Clear. Ht: 42" W: 10.25". On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of tempered glass giving each panel unique aspects of both color and texture. The glass is then framed with a patinated metal came and comes complete with mounting chain. This glass panel can only be purchased for shipment within the contiguous United States. Delivery to a P.O. Box is not available on this item.
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