PORTHOLE WINDOWS

 

ITEM # PFPH-1
"EARLY 20TH CENTURY PORTHOLE"

 


A Beautiful, early 20th century, solid cast bronze,
double wing nut porthole window.
Very heavy casting, and in excellent condition for its age.
The glass is 100% original and of an unusual
1 1/4" thick!!!
14"  in total diameter x 4 1/4" deep including wing nuts.
Glass window 9 1/2" diameter.
Weighting a very hefty
21 pounds
Circa 1920/30's
"SOLD"

ITEM # PFPH-2
"WROUGHT IRON PORTHOLE WINDOW"


A very old, rustic , stationary mount, and somewhat unusual
Wrought Iron Porthole.
Most portholes were made of brass or bronze, however this one is wrought iron
with a nice aged patina sealed with varnish.
The item has a nice weathered  look and is still in excellent
condition for its age.
Circa late 19th century
15" in diameter x 1" deep with a 12" window
Glass is 3/8" thick
Weight 10.5 pounds
SOLD

ITEM # PFPH-3
7" BRONZE WILCOX CRITTENDEN PORTHOLE"



 

An original 7" bronze porthole windows made by
WILCOX CRITTENDEN
Very nice dark bronze patina
with the WC Logo & size cast into the bronze mounting plate.
Glass in intact & window is fully functional
Circa 1950's

SOLD

ITEM # PFPH-4
"MATCHED PAIR 6" BRONZE PORTHOLES"




 

A very nice matched pair of 6" bronze porthole windows made by
WILCOX CRITTENDEN
with the WC Logo & size cast into the bronze mounting plate.
Not an easy find to get two windows exactly the same including
their natural & evenly matched patina.
All glass intact & fully functional.
10" in total diameter x 2" deep with a 6" glass
Each weighing 5 1/2 pounds
Circa 1950's
SOLD

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