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Cherub stained glass window kiln fired Architectural Church Window

Posted on July 24, 2019 in cherub

Cherub stained glass window kiln fired Architectural Church Window
Cherub stained glass window kiln fired Architectural Church Window
Cherub stained glass window kiln fired Architectural Church Window
Cherub stained glass window kiln fired Architectural Church Window

Cherub stained glass window kiln fired Architectural Church Window
Traditional painted stained glass window depicting a little angel, cherub and wings. Very vibrant colors when hanging in a window with a natural light source, traditional painting techniques were used to create this pictorial painted stained glass window. Paints were fired at 1200 to 1250 F in high fusing kiln and fused to the surface of the glass, silver stain was applied in the halo, also known as yellow stain, is used to create a yellow color on clear glass. The technique of silver stain was introduced to stained glass in the early 1300 and involves painting silver onto a piece of glass and then firing it in the kiln. Silver staining is the technique from which the term stained glass derives. Than traditional leaded and cemented for a strong hold. This beautiful little angel window has hangers for easy display in a window. Measures 12 1/4 inches wide by 10 1/4 inches high. The item “Cherub stained glass window kiln fired Architectural Church Window” is in sale since Saturday, May 11, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Stained Glass Windows”. The seller is “secret-painter” and is located in Lucerne Valley, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Size: Small
  • Shape: Square
  • Maker: GabrielStudiosArt
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Reproduction
  • Type: Church Window
  • Features: Leaded

Cherub stained glass window kiln fired Architectural Church Window