The three wide windows of the Stavropoleos building are embellished on the top with several stained-glasses, with frames of colored glass, depicting static scenes with fruit, birds, game and vases, painted in light colors on yellow glass. These stained-glasses appear in the postcard Duschek befpre 1905.
Together with the expansion of 1924, the two stained-glasses on the back wall were made, under the signature of Rudolf ZIEGELER, as well as the skylight in the central area.
The stained-glass depicts a peasant girl in national costume and a man – Gambrinus – in an attire of the 18th century.
The redecoration of the establishment in 1983-1986 also included the restoration of the stained-glass by loan CADAR.
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