Beautiful hand painted cathedral glass church stained glass window depicts the boy Jesus at the temple. This stained glass window was produced by Milwaukee Mirror and Art Glass Works circa 1907. Removed from Saint Charles Catholic Church of Chilton, Wisconsin.
Window does require re-leading in some areas prior to use. Window does have some areas where the painted surface has pitting spots. These pitting spots are not easily visible from a normal viewing distance. This type of pitting is somewhat common in older cathedral glass windows and is typically considered the patina of older hand painted cathedral glass windows.