"I purchased this window several years ago from a woman who had inherited the window from her sister and she had no knowledge of where it came from. I sent photos to the museum in Winter Park, Florida which has a large collection of Tiffany and they told me that it was out of their range of 20th century glass. They indicated that it was much ealier. I have seen and handled many 20th century windows and this is much earlier. I wrote in my description that I really don't know if this is 16th century or not, but the costume is of that period. "
I have in the past complained to Ebay about untruthful descriptions (someone was selling a genuine Scottish 18th century stained glass window). I pointed out that no such thing exists as there are no records anywhere of any stained glass studio in Scotland in the 18th century. They said take it up with the seller. I told the seller. The seller said he had it in writing from a "top auction house" that that is what it was. I told him they had given him the wrong information. Oh well, he said, it's over and sold now. Shrug.
So in a few years time, someone will approach one of us over their genuine, in-writing 18th century Scottish window.