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A Ponti trademark, this leaded-glass window with its delicate inlays of color illuminates the living room of a South Carthay home.  Spanish Revival homes seldom feature leaded-glass work, perhaps because such extravagances were not common in the style’s humble Spanish Colonial and Southern Iberian prototypes.  On occasion, however, architects of the Twenties and Thirties happily strained authenticity to achieve a novel effect.