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.