ARCHITECTURAL GLASS SOLUTIONS

What is a Stained Glass Window

What is a stained glass window? It seems easy to ask this but not so easy to answer. For many people stained glass is in a church and is formal and often the figures of saints with all the symbolism that supports these figures. Although you can use this style in your house, and some people do, many houses can reflect what ever style you want. Stained glass is made out of cut out sections of glass joined together with lead. The lead is a a long strand in an ‘H’ shape with the glass fitting into the ‘H’. It is the coloured glass the gives the name ‘stained glass. The glass has been ‘stained’ with colour to make the many different staines, colours and mixes of colour that makes stained glass so magical. The stronger the stain and the stronger the colour giving you less translucency so making a barrier between you and the outside world. Take a look at some different style and decide what you like. Colours can change and sizes are made to fit. You just need to choose……………….. Stained Glass Studio.

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One response

  1. Ruth

    Hi, i have purchased a stain glass window that was removed from a home, it is in a “box frame” has a clear glass back about 20 cm behind which makes up one end of the frame and the stained glass makes up the other side. It is still in house frame bits et. i purchased this as i wanted to extract it and hang it on my wall, but i don’t know how to do it, i was not expecting it to be in a box frame of sorts, tips, please and help as i have no idea what to do.
    Thanks

    December 11, 2013 at 9:46 am

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