American Winslow Brothers Wrought Iron Elevator / Window Grille Double Panel - image 1 of 8

DETAILS
Repurposed from a Winslow Brothers iron mesh grille salvaged from a birdcage elevator in the historic Railroad Building in Denver. Black painted iron. The conjoined panel could be cut into two panels.

STYLE
Victorian

PROVENANCE
Railroad Building (1515 Larimer Street, Denver, Colorado, 1888-circa 1971 demolished)

LITERATURE
Catalog: Ornamental Iron, The Winslow Bros. Co., 1894, page 117, Figure 7

MAKER
The Winslow Brothers Company Ornamental Iron Works (Chicago, Illinois, 1887-1921)

PERIOD
Late 19th century

DATE
Circa 1894

DIMENSIONS
Width 42 Depth 1.25 Height 55 inches
(1) Width 15 Depth 1.25 Height 42 inches
(1) Width 27 Depth 1.25 Height 49 inches

ITEM ID
H-110-0380
COLOR
Black
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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American Winslow Brothers Wrought Iron Elevator / Window Grille Double Panel

$595

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