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Rocky Mountain Decor, Furniture  Rustic, Merrimack, NH
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Beached Guide Boat Stained Glass Window

Was: $849.95
Now: $649.95
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Bring in the colors of the outdoors with natural light! When you hang this gorgeous Beached Guide Boat Window by Meyda Lighting in your window it will suddenly bring life and new light into your home. As the amber, green and blue tones illuminate with the days sun, it will cast an array of colors across your floor. This window is hand crafted and would look great in any room. The black metal frame contains a border of brown glass in a brick pattern. Inside of that is a scene of blue waters and a gorgeous green shoreline. The guide boat that centers this window is detailed in brown and white with a pair of oars and a mesh chair. This window will wow your outdoor visitors as well as the ones inside. Meyda Lighting is known for their beautiful hand crafted glass pieces. They have everything from windows and floor lamps to vanity lights and chandeliers. We carry Meyda products because we know they're a quality company and have been creating quality products since the early 1900's. Please browse our other Meyda products we offer right here at Rocky Mountain Decor.

Dimensions: 26"h x 26"w Includes: Mounting Brackets & Chains

Features Include:

  • Stained Glass Window Pane
  • Color: Blue/Green 59xa Beige Lt Blue
  • Approximate Dimensions Are: 26"W X 26"H
  • Handmade with authentic art glass
  • By Meyda Tiffany
  • Shop with Confidence: Fast & easy returns and friendly help from trained specialists

Due to the customized and handcrafted nature of this item, allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery, it's being made just for you! This item ships directly from the craftsman. Cannot be express shipped or shipped to Alaska, Canada or Hawaii.
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