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fully beveled Victorian parlor transom

This fully beveled historic Victorian style parlor transom literally feel out of the window opening it was in one night and into the bushes below badly damaging both the leaded glass and the bushes.

We fully restored both the beveled antique panel and the original wood sash. Although almost completely destroyed, this beautiful panel most likely from the 1920s deserved to be preserved and we were capable of returning it to its original beauty and strength.

The restored panel is now back where it belongs just a few blocks from the Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, in the Chicago's famous Wrigleyville neighborhood.

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