As seen on the left, the bottom section of this large window in a grand Woburn Victorian was destroyed in the infamous 1938 hurricane, A poor solution had been chosen to replace it. In addition, the top half - round section was weak and in need of re-leading.
Eight different glass types were found to match or closely approximate those of the original panes. The original glass is no longer manufactured.
The design for the bottom section was drawn to align the diamond grid to that of the section above.
The sash from the blue replacement window was reused after removal of the blue glass and the diamond muntins.
In most light and from most angles, it is now difficult to see that the window is not entirely original