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Split Flag Mullions

These split flag mullion windows are made from locally sourced gritstone. The windows bronze casement windows with leaded lights.The cill, jambs and head of this window are also made from riven local Derbyshire gritstone. The gritstone would normally have a tooled finish leaving boaster marks. A boaster is a traditionally used chisel two inches wide for dressing stone to a comparatively smooth surface.in the image shown the stone mullion window is set within a gritstone house.This type of mullion is was common from the seventeenth century onwards, casement windows were set in flat frames with mullions (and sometimes transoms) presenting no chamfers or other conspicuos mouldings on the outside.

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Victorian Mullion

These stylised victorian mullions are made of locally sourced Derbyshire gritstone. They are an adaptation of a more traditional mullion which could often have been ovolo-moulded. These mullions are holding bronze casement windows with leaded lights, the glass itself is traditionally made blown glass. This photograph is an interior shot of a  window from the same property as the split flag mullion above. The detailed images clearly show the boaster chisel marks leaving a dressed finish to the stone surface. The interior window cill is oak. In the attached image

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