RARE MUSEUM QUALITY EARLY 17th C. FLEMISH STAINED GLASS WINDOW PANEL. UNIQUE AND RARE especially as it is NON RELIGIOUS IN DESIGN.
This period of STAINED GLASS WORK - mid 17th c. Is considered by Experts To Be the ZENITH of this sublime art form. & It has been carefully stored, since 1940 by my family. On sale here is one SINGLE PANEL - A Colorful and Dynamic Heraldic Coat of Arms with Orange Fish, which upon further investigatiom were actually two pairs of Sharks. The lower left shark can clearly be seen to have a symbiotic relationship going with a remora.What was the affiliation of this family's Coat of Arms to the sea? Please note: This panel is in near excellent condition, though after almost 500 years, it is fragile. There is a crack in the narrow outer border of clear glass. It has no effect on the value.
Height: 16 1/2" Width: 12 1/4". The item "RARE MUSEUM QUALITY EARLY 17th C. FLEMISH STAINED GLASS WINDOW PANEL.
Dated 1602" is in sale since Thursday, October 29, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Stained Glass Windows".The seller is "bambusa4all" and is located in Miami Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.