1930s Heisey Depression Glass Stained Glass Panel, Vintage Window Transom W Peerless Plate

Heisey Peerless #300, "The Pattern without a Peer," was produced 1899–1944 and was the first of Heisey's colonial patterns for which the company became so well-known. It was the first pattern in which most pieces bore the "Diamond H" trademark on select pieces.

Depression glass makes a wonderful a window hanging, valance, or transom when cradled in stained glass. Celebrate the past with this collectable depression glass stained glass panel! In place of a valance or curtains, this would be the focal piece for any room.

This transom panel measures approximately 24 x 9 and may be hung horizontally or vertically.

As a gift this is a piece that would be treasured -- it's a piece that brings back fond memories of days gone by!

Previously loved and recycled, these wonderful old pieces can be treated with the respect they deserve and admired by all generations.

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