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I am wondering what the reason for the ornamental ironwork over high windows was with regard to the med style. They are often small- too small for the iron to be for security- I imagine it was an interesting reason kept away birds or warded off evil - Do you happen to know? Thank you for this piece very interesting.

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cal2007

I believe this is a Spanish Colonial Revival any feedback would be great.

   
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celticmetis

Not sure but very interesting and cool house!

   

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