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Victorian Stained Glass Window #1 from the historic Elliston-Buford Mansion, Nashville, Tennessee. Multi-colored slag and textured leaded glass in a floral and scroll design with colored jewels, in oxidized hardwood frame. The Elliston-Buford Mansion was built on Elliston Place circa 1860-1880 and was the home of was the home of Lizinka Elliston Buford and husband Edward L. Buford, a Nashville businessman and Confederate War veteran. Lizinka’s grandfather was Nashville Mayor and silversmith Joseph Thorpe Elliston (1814-1817). Around 1928, the five-acre Elliston Place site (which included another mansion, Burlington) became part of the original Father Ryan High School campus. This window was removed when the mansion was renovated in the 1970s. The home was destroyed by fire in 1992. Overall very good condition. 59 1/2" x 40 1/4". Circa 1881.