Monday, May 08, 2006

ARCHIPEDIA S is for....

Early to mid C18th nine over nine Georgian sash window with flush casements and woodern external shutters Micklegate York

Sash Window : A sash is a wooden frame (or any other material ) used to house glass for a window. A sash window is a double hung frame with the frame sliding up and down on a series of pulleys. Can be opened at top or bottom. Came into fashion in England in the Georgian Period.

Here is a potted history of the sash window by a sash window manufacturer

You can view all of my sash window photo's here

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