About This Item
two original c. 1922-23 interior mezzanine level leaded glass casement windows salvaged from the extant noel state bank building, located in the wicker park neighborhood of chicago. the neoclassical style bank building was designed and built by the architectural firm of weary & alford co., chicago, il., for joseph noel, who founded the north west savings bank in 1905. the set of oversized casement windows feature renaissance style caming configured in a grid pattern with off-centered art glass bannered shield accents. the window sash frames are comprised of solid walnut wood with original varnished finish. glass fabricator not known. each window measures 29 1/4 x 58 1/2 inches.