This is a splendid pair of Neoclassical antique doors, circa 1880, from Philadelphia, with American jeweled stained glass. These double doors are constructed from heart of pine, and each door features a magnificent piece of stained glass that runs over half the length of the door. Below the glass is one horizontal panel followed by a pair of vertical panels. Each stained glass panel is bordered by amber ribbed glass. The background is formed of gorgeous clear glue-chip glass, and the panel features an abstract design. In the center is an elongated light green shape, accented in the center by a gorgeous amber faceted jewel. The green glass meets a honey-colored tear-drop at each end, which leads into an abstract foliate design of blue slag glass. Nestled within each slag glass design are two very unusual blue jewels, which feature a sunburst design. The center of each jewel is composed of a convex, smooth circle, followed by an intricately detailed border. The rays of the sunburst radiate from the border to the edge of each jewel. The doors are in excellent condition, and the glass is also in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks. These doors are each 99 7/8” tall, 24” wide, and 1 3/8” thick; the glass measures 54 ½” tall and 16” wide.