These windows were salvaged from a local Minneapolis Presbyterian church built in 1904. Designed in a Gothic style. True to the University of Minnesota campus which originally a few blocks away (but has now engulfed it), it is clad in brick. It is an auditorium style church, unique for its time. The church featured 3 large arched stained glass window sections on three sides of the building and was accompanied by various single windows placed around the church. We salvaged each of these large windows to save them from the deconstruction of the building and some windows were gifted to individuals in the congregation. Because they have been disassembled, unique layouts of these curved and triangular stain glass windows will undoubtedly make a statement in any new space.
Condition: Age Consistent with hanging in a church for 117+ years
Origin: University of Minnesota Neighborhood church
Dimensions: 27 1/4" width at bottom x 28" height of center
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