Robert Sowers Red & Gray Mid Century JFK Glass Window

$292.00

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Red and translucent black lead frame stained glass window salvaged from the famous JFK American Airlines terminal. When turned around, the glass is white and translucent black. There are two cracked panes. Please see the photos.

Olde Good Things preserved the iconic stained glass window panels from JFK Airport’s Terminal 8, known as “The Cathedral.” The terminal was demolished in 2008, but the discussion over preserving the original stained glass led to its dismantling. The panels now reside with various museums and a limited quantity here online. The 317-foot by 23-foot translucent mosaic panel facade was designed by Robert Sowers, who is considered by some to be the most iconic stained glass artist of the Modern Age.

Read about JFK International Airport salvage job.

Additional information

Inventory no.

Q276429

Availability

Sold

Dimensions

45.75 in. H x 15.25 in. W x 1.25 in. D

Location

Scranton warehouse

Color

White, Black, Red

Composition

Glass, Lead

Width (in.)

15.25

Height (in.)

45.75

Depth (in.)

1.25

Weight

38 lb.

Salvaged from

JFK Airport NYC

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