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28097 Cast iron Gothic style window arch
QTY: 5 £145
27879 Diamond patterned Georgian iron window panels
QTY: 1 Remaining £85 Each
27675 Pairs of reclaimed green stained glass panels
QTY: 2 Pairs £600 Per Pair
27632 Salvaged curved arch windows with rose detail
QTY: 1 Remaining £450 Each
27630 Reclaimed arched mill windows rose detail
QTY: 2 £500 Each
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27362 Reclaimed arch top cast iron window
QTY: SOLD £500 Each
27360 Salvaged large industrial window
QTY: 9 Remaining £500 Each
25216 Salvaged Hexagonal Glass Bulls Eye Panes
QTY: In Stock £35 Each
25132 Vintage Pivot Opening Arched Metal Windows
QTY: 1 Remaining £92 Each
25079 Bostwick Concertina Window Security Grille
QTY: 1 Pair £400 The Pair
24699 Reclaimed Cast 12 Pane Rosette Windows
QTY: 27 £450 Each
22777 Cast Iron Circular Windows / Garden Features
QTY: 2 £450 Each
22070 Reclaimed Twelve Pane Metal Window
QTY: 1 £325
22065 Reclaimed Metal Opening Skylight / Rooflight
QTY: 1 £200
22042 Multi Panel Clear Glass Copper Windows Lrg
QTY: 4 Remaining £200 Each
21857 Reclaimed Stained and Leaded Glass Windows
QTY: 5 £95 Each
21856 Stained and Leaded Glass Window Sets
QTY: 3 Sets £285 Per Set
21854 Metal Porthole Glazed Window Frames & Seals
QTY: 3 Remaining £95 Each
21315 Decorative Stained Glass Panel Windows
QTY: 2 £900 Each
21311 Metal Framed Stained Glass Panel Windows
QTY: 8 Remaining £500 From
20979 Salvaged Cast Lattice Windows in Oak Frames
QTY: 2 Remaining £275 Each
19805 Salvaged Cast Iron Diamond Windows
QTY: 1 Remaining £65 From
19703 Pair of Round Metal Windows with Leaded Glass
QTY: 1 Pair £325 The Pair
19575 Salvaged Tall Painted Metal Roof Light Window
QTY: 1 £250
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Metal Windows


We have a wide range of reclaimed metal framed windows, available in various styles.  From the earlier cast iron style windows, popular with the Arts and Crafts movement due to their small glass pane sizes.  To larger steel framed windows, made after the middle of the 19th Century, common in factories, offices and alike.  During this time, in Britain, window manufacturer Crittall were well known for their metal windows designed in both traditional and modern styles.  Metal windows became increasingly popular during the 20th Century as they allowed for larger spans of glass and more light to enter the building.   

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