A PAIR OF STAINED GLASS WINDOW PANELS DEPICTING A COUPLE. IN THE FIELDS HARVESTING WHEAT? FLEMISH STAINED GLASS WINDOW PANELS. The couple wears autumnal colors of red, oranges and gold. The clothes look warm, sensible and a bit heavy.
She wears a brimmed hat. The shirt looks to be possibly related to her apron.
She is raking the wheat; possibly separating the chaffe. He too wears a hat and he carries a sythe along with a huge bale of wheat.Condition is representative of its age i. It will be very well packed. A FURTHER NOTE: This lovely NON ECUMINICAL 500 YEAR OLD WINDOW is comprised of an Arch decorated with BIRDS and below this Arch are BORDERS of HERALDIC SHIELDS & TOWNSFOLK AT BOTH WORK & PLAY. UNIQUE AND RARE especially as it is NON RELIGIOUS IN DESIGN.
This period of STAINED GLASS WORK - early 17th c. Is considered by Experts To Be the ZENITH of this sublime art form. It is FULLY DOCUMENTED & has been carefully stored, since 1932. On sale here are two panels. Both panels suffer from pitting, a natural result of age.
Please contact me with any questions. The item "CHARMING 17th C. FLEMISH STAINED GLASS WINDOW PANELS A COUPLE IN FIELDS" is in sale since Friday, October 16, 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 worldwide.