Last summer, when restoring the window frame of the triple-arched windows on the Great North Wall, I found a odd piece of trim, vertical, poorly tacked onto the window frame. The piece was only half intact. I had no idea why it was there, and assumed it was stuck on well after the house was built. I removed it.
Yesterday, I did a post about some very odd bits of hardware regarding the windows of the Cross House.
Bo left a comment, linking to a WAY cool period screen catalog.
Well, I am quite breathless!
I was not planning any storm windows or screens on the house.
Oh! Now I just have to at the very least have half-screens made for the few windows which retains their original M Trim! From a historical perspective I think it will be fascinating to recreate a few 1890s screens and have them installed at the Cross House. Even if just a single one!