A slender rod of cast lead, with or without grooves, used, in casements and stained-glass windows, to hold together the panes or pieces of glass.
Lead strips grooved on both sides that hold pieces of stained glass in place.
A narrow lead strip used to secure small panes of glass in latticed windows; often found in 16th-century houses, as well as in modern homes in the style known as Stockbroker Tudor.
The zinc or brass divider bar used between small pieces of glass to make a larger glazing panel, sometimes referred to as "leading".
Used when making leaded or stained glass windows, this thin lead bar has grooves to hold pieces of the decorative glass.
A slender,r grooved lead bar used to hold together the panes in stained glass or lattice windows. Later, zinc, copper, brass, etc. were substituted for the lead.
A grooved strip of lead or (rarely) another metal, generally with an H-shaped cross section, used to join separate parts of glass windows.
The framing around the piece of glass. We offer a variety of Came styles AKA Framing.
Extruded, cast, milled or multi folded metal. Such metals as lead, zinc, copper or brass. This is done in various profiles on an H or U pattern. These are used to hold to hold the pieces of a stained glass window together.
The lead strips which separate individual pieces of glass in a leaded glass panel. Came in Art Glass Millworks entry doors is available in either lead color, shiny brass or chrome-look.
An H section of lead used to join glass in leaded light or stained glass windows.
n. A leaden sash-bar or grooved strip for fastening panes in stained-glass windows.
A grooved strip of lead which binds glass into a leaded light or stained-glass window.
Metal that comes in strip and roll form. U-shaped came is used on the outside edges of stained glass projects, H-shaped is for joining more than one piece of glass together. It comes in lead, zinc, brass and copper.
An â€œHâ€ shaped metal strip which holds cut or stained glass elements within a window frame. Usually of lead but may be of copper.
A metal strip, typically made of brass or zinc, which is used to hold pieces of glass in place. Used for decorative designs.
The H-channel form that holds individual pieces of glass together, usually made of lead but also of zinc, brass or copper. The soft, malleable quality of lead came allows it to follow complex glass shapes. It is usually milled in six-foot lengths of varying widths.
A narrow flat bar of lead, zinc or copper, which holds together the pieces of glass in copperlight glazing or leaded lights.
Caming: Formed metal stripping, usually made of brass or zinc plated steel, used between cut-glass pieces to assemble the pieces into a decorative glass panel. Caming is soldered at joints to bond the glass assembly together.
Pronounced like “name.” The extruded H-shaped channel which is fitted around individual pieces of glass so that they can be assembled into a panel. Came can be made of lead, zinc, brass or copper.
Slender grooved lead rod used in stained glass windows.
A came is a divider bar used between small pieces of glass to make a larger glazing panel, sometimes referred to as leaded glass. This process is then referred to as "leading". Cames are mostly made of soft metals such as lead, zinc, copper or brass.