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Art Glass424 of 21904one of my favorite antique bevelled  crystal and stained glass. Walther glass.
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    Posted 6 months ago

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    Nice glass windows. Not sure how old they are. Very heavy...................................................................... . ..........

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    1. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 6 months ago
      This is crazy but they look like some leaded glass panels I made for my house in about 1982. The glass I used was clear with many tiny air bubbles (I think that glass was called “seedy”. I framed the panels with wood, hinged them and used them on some recessed ceiling lights to add a special touch to the ceiling of that room.
      I made 2 of them. When I sold that house, the buyer insisted that all the stained glass windows and panels I had made would remain in the house. That just broke my heart but I had to move on.

      May I ask in what part of the country you found these? They couldn’t possibly be my work.
      Im just surprised and you have made me curious!
    2. charmsomeone charmsomeone, 6 months ago
      Watchsearcher found them outside an old house here in Toronto Ontario Canada. They are very neat unfortunately missing some of the glass and the lead is bent.
    3. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 6 months ago
      Thanks for that reply. Mine were last seen by me in central Georgia so I doubt mine would have traveled that far.
      Even tho they are a bit beaten up, all that is fixable. I hope you can locate someone to do the repairs….or better yet, get a book from a craft store that sells stained glass supplies, follow the instructions and make the repairs yourself.
    4. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 6 months ago
      I'm agreeing with Watchsearcher -- they look like very nice work, no doubt repairable! Reminds me I have a vaguely similar (including being busted a bit, but made of diamond shapes) glass panel somewhere that I need to locate again...

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