Lead Glazing

Lead glazing is a technique which has been used for the great external windows of the churches and cathedrals and for the composition of large superficial artistic stained glass windows for a long time.
The glass is woven with black rods of lead to form a deliberate design.
Within the elegant construction is the technique of the lead glazing which has been preserved once more in present day: an antique flavour that seems to resist capture.

Within the elegant construction is the technique of the lead glazing which has been preserved once more in present day: an antique flavour that seems to resist capture. A single piece of glass is bound to enable the composition of various works:
like sandblasting and pictures made from the intensity of a great fire.
The specially coloured glass is studied for rendering while other types of natural transparency of the glass are also affected by the blending of the obscure and the clear.

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Panels woven with lead with opal and blown glass.

Door in floral design, lead glazed.

Stained glass lead glazed. Victorian style decoration with centrale inserts of glass fusion.

Stained glass lead glazed in floral Art Nouveau style.

Technical stained glass mixed lead glazed with inserts of glass fusion.

Door lead glazed, decorated in Art Nouveau style.

Stained glass lead glazed decorated in Victorian style with opal and cathedral glass.

Door lead glazed with enamels.

Glass door liberty inspiration, with central grisaille. Lead glazed.

Two shutter door. Lead glazed with fused inserts. Decorum of inspiration seventy years.

Iris. Lead glazed panel realized with polycrome glasses.

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