glass window. Tuesday , February 27th , 2018 - 05:49:55 AM
During the 18th century the use of colored windows was no longer fashionable so there was no longer a great demand for glass art. Specialists within this field started to focus on restoring glass in churches and grand homes.
Another common method is called the Tiffany method. In this method, stained glass window designs were assembled by joining together colored glass plates using soldering or welding techniques.
Another low cost and more contemporary approach to producing them is the use of transparent colored glass sheets that are stuck on to plain glass. Being an easier process, this approach is much cheaper when it comes to producing them. Hence, this is by far the most common technique used in manufacturing these windows today.
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