Custom Stained Glass Windows

In the glass department, experienced glass selectors and cutters choose and cut small sections from sheets of a variety of brilliant colored glasses (many of which are imported from the Old World) and, with the aid of sunlight, translate into permanent form the color scheme suggested in the original sketch. Special glass paints are applied to the glass to create imagery.

These pieces, after having been removed from the plate glass easel, are fired in the kiln at 1200°F and after cooling are taken by glaziers, laid on tables, leaded, soldered and cemented together to form the finished window which, when in place, is “A picture in living color that will last as long as the walls which encase it.”