Venetian Sash Windows

Venetian sash windows (Tripartite windows) comprise a large central light flanked by 2 smaller lights. The type became especially popular in Venice during the mid-sixteenth century. Palladian windows are more elaborate Venetian style with an arched central light.

To repair Venetian windows takes longer than standard sash windows as the sash cords often pass above the sidelights to reach the weight box on either side of the frame.  The sidelights must first be removed in order to access the sash weights.

Thame, Oxford Sash Windows | Restored bay window.

Double Glazed Venetian Sash and Bay Windows | Oxford Sash Windows | Thame

Bespoke Venetian sash windows fitted to a home in Thame, Oxfordshire. These new sash windows in Oxford were custom made to replace the old Crittal window frames.  The owner required more attractive and energy efficient windows to replace the old single glazed metal window frames. Refurbishment work was also undertaken to the existing bay window …

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Windsor Berks Venetian Sash Window being draught sealed & restored.

Windsor Sash Window Specialist | Venetian Sash Windows

Venetian Sash Windows being Draught-Sealed & Repaired In Windsor, Sash Window Specialist refurbished this venetian sash window.   Venetian Wooden Sash Window – with narrow mullions. The sash cords in this style of Venetian window pass above the sidelights to reach the weight boxes on either side of the frame.  The side sashes do not …

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