Stained Glass Workshop
A Tiffany panel, with graceful oriental touches; traditional elegance, in soft green and yellow cathedral glass, with a Victorian cherub in the centre; a colourful collage, with parrots nesting among exotic flowers. Making these, and other stained glass art, should be within your grasp when you undergo this workshop. It introduces you to the basic techniques, tools, and types of glass, and illustrates the procedure for working six kinds of stained glass: Tiffany, traditional, collage, mock, etched, and grisaille.
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THE BASIC ELEMENT
Material for Drawing the Pattern
Making the Panel
adhesive tape ammonia applied baked bi-adhesive black patina border bumish BURNISHING ROLLER carbon paper cathedral glass chiaroscuro Collage color code color paints colored glass composition copper foil craft paper create CURVED cut glass pieces CUTTING THE GLASS decorations difﬁcult edging etching cream ﬁlm ﬁlter ﬁrmly ﬁrst ﬂat ﬂowing ﬂux FLUX BRUSH frame GLASS CUTTER glasswork grinder grinding grisaille grozing pliers gum arabic horseshoe nails inserted lathekin laths light liquid Louis Comfort Tiffany MARKER FOR GLASS mixed numbers opalescent glass ordinary scissors oxidation paper puzzle paper template pattem pattern shears pieces of glass protect putty rear remove reproduce the pattern Resin-glass SAL AMMONIAC score line secure segment silica silver color soldered seams SOLDERING IRON STAND soldering line steel spatula structure supporting glass sure TECHNICAL TIPS thickness thin strip Tiffany technique traced traditional stained glass transparent glass types of glass WAX FOR GLASS whole panel