Leaded glass refers to the many pieces of stained, clear, beveled or otherwise decorative panes of glass traditionally with direct to make a window. Leaded glass is not to be confused with direct glass, which can be merely a type of glass combined with lead to produce exceptionally clear and colorful refraction.
Cardea Building Co..
The multiple panes of leaded glass in the metallic framework allow for this window to curve.
Even the transom windows of this window wall have panes of leaded glass.
These large leaded glass windows open in the middle and swing out, an example of a casement window since they swing on a hinge.
Collinas Design & Construction
Here is a good example of glass with a pattern.
Joni Spear Interior Design
The white wood trim pieces between these panes of leaded glass are known as mullions.
Jeremy Kohm Photography
The widget at the middle of this trio of leaded glass windows swings open; another two are fixed.
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