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Our Lady of Grace, Dearborn Heights, Michigan

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Building Name: Private Residence

City: Ortonville

Window Shape: other

Date of Window: 1990

Subject/Title of Window: Mallard Duck

Brief Description of Subject: Window in shape of triangle with left corner cut off (thus technically trapezoid). Made 1990 by Julie Freeman and Daralene Jones. Shows male mallard duck in mid-air in landing position. In background are five flying birds at left, and tops of cattails at bottom. This window is to top-right of R2, with which it forms a complete picture. Installed in front of existing window.

Condition of Window: excellent

Height: 6 in at narrow end; 33.325 in at wide end

Width: 54.785 in width. Top side is 61.25 in long

Type of Glass and Technique: Opalescent Glass, Antique or Cathedral Glass, Copper Foil

Mallard Duck
Mallard Duck

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