It always doesn't stay this neat, but its a nice set up and can get pretty darn busy in a hurry
Here's a couple of designs we toyed with
Like I said....it does get kind of busy sometimes
Denise is putting the solder on the joints.
here's a closer look, and you can distinguish the bevel squares. The large center one is "chipped glass" design
This is one of two panels for the exterior door I made for that job shown on "phase 2"The glass Is clear, and the squares are beveled glass
(above) ready for solder
Another panel in the making. These have little circles being cut out on the upper right picture. The glass is a yellow smoke. On the upper right, my wife is putting in the cement to set the glass, and make it more rigid. 3 more to go, as these doors are part of an entertainment unit
Ta dah......... what a touch of elegance leaded glass brings to furniture.
Nice job Honey!
Thought we'd start on a rose for later use either in an oval door panel, or radius window. This color is awsome in real life. The glass has streaks of lighter shades making the pedals seem almost real
Making the window casework for a customer
Here's a radius top unit over a paladium window I'm doing
It will add so much color and warmth to a foyer. It will lay on top of the exiting glass and the design I did will hide most of the mutton grill work on the existing unit. Can't wait to have it together and see the natural light come through
Above left is taken inside during daytime, and the right taken outside with the foyer light on at night
finally getting around to doing the remaining two doors on our entertainment unit. Here Denise is grinding the glass for a perfect fit
Glass being fit, and lead cut to size for solder