Stained-glass window; 600075


Illawarra Historical Society and Museum


Stained-glass window

About this object

A late 19th century stained-glass window bearing the MacCabe Family crest contained within a silky oak frame. The window was installed in the stairwell of Russell Vale house built by Francis MacCabe about 1857. The house was demolished in 1966.


Nineteenth Century

Medium and Materials

Stained-glass and silky oak frame, with protective perspex mounting


H 161 cm X W 103 cm

Object Type

Stained-glass window

Object number


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