Stained Glass with Grey, Blue, Green, Bronze, Ect Color
|FOB Price:||US $15 / Square Meter|
|Min. Order:||500 Square Meters|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|500 Square Meters||US $15/ Square Meter|
|Production Capacity:||100000 Sqm/Month|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, Money Gram|
- Model NO.: tinted glass
- Shape: Flat
- Thickness: 8mm
- Usage: Furniture, Door, Building, Window
- Trademark: Northglass
- Specification: Standard
- Type: Tinted
- Structure: Solid
- Color: Many Color
- Technique: Stained Glass
- Transport Package: Strong Wooden Crates for Export
- Origin: China
|Stained Glass with Grey, Blue, Green, Bronze, Ect Color|
Modern vernacular usage has often extended the term "stained glass" to include domestic leadlight and objets d'art created from lead came and copper foil glasswork exemplified in the famous lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany.
As a material stained glass is glass that has been coloured by adding metallic salts during its manufacture. The coloured glass is crafted into stained glass windows in which small pieces of glass are arranged to form patterns or pictures, held together (traditionally) by strips of lead and supported by a rigid frame. Painted details and yellow stain are often used to enhance the design. The term stained glass is also applied to windows in which the colours have been painted onto the glass and then fused to the glass in a kiln.
Stained glass, as an art and a craft, requires the artistic skill to conceive an appropriate and workable design, and the engineering skills to assemble the piece. A window must fit snugly into the space for which it is made, must resist wind and rain, and also, especially in the larger windows, must support its own weight. Many large windows have withstood the test of time and remained substantially intact since the late Middle Ages. In Western Europe they constitute the major form of pictorial art to have survived. In this context, the purpose of a stained glass window is not to allow those within a building to see the world outside or even primarily to admit light but rather to control it. For this reason stained glass windows have been described as 'illuminated wall decorations'.
The design of a window may be non-figurative or figurative; May incorporate narratives drawn from the Bible, history, or literature; May represent saints or patrons, or use symbolic motifs, in particular armorial. Windows within a building may be thematic, for example: Within a church - episodes from the life of Christ; Within a parliament building - shields of the constituencies; Within a college hall - figures representing the arts and sciences; Or within a home - flora, fauna, or landscape.