Isaac Kremer/ January 16, 2021/ / 0 comments

A window light arrangement composed of a sash divided into twelve panes above another sash divided into twelve panes; typically in three horizontal rows of four panes; common until 1825, and in large Colonial Revival style windows; later windows typically had fewer panes as the glass making technology allowed larger pieces – six over six, four over four, two over two, and one over one.

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