Leaded Glass

Leaded Glass refers to the technique of cutting glass (usually colored) and assembling it into various designs in a mosaic-like form using some type of metal between the pieces of glass. The metal is traditionally lead, although it can be zinc, brass, copper, copper foil & solder or some other metal alloy. The US was the world's leader in this form of the art, particularly at the turn of the last Century (1900 - 1999). Tiffany & company was probably the best known for this type of work although there were others, lesser known, who created some amazing works with this formidable technique. These are but a few of the Powell Brothers efforts.


Salt Lake International Airport


St. Martin De Porres


Miscellaneous Projects 1


Miscellaneous Projects 2


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