small panes of glass held in place with lead strips; glass may be clear or colored (stained)
A decorative insert panel made by assembling multiple small pieces of textured or beveled glass to form a pattern, divided by zinc or brass came. See came.
Small pieces of glass joined at the edges with metal, traditionally lead.
Glass objects in which lead is used to solder together separate pieces of glass together into a larger whole. Most early stained glass is leaded.
small panes of glass held together by lead canes (or H-section strips).
Stained glass window held in place by lead cames.
Glass held together by lead cames.
Glass containing a percentage of lead oxide, which increases its density and improves its ability to refract and disperse light. Leaded glass is used for ornaments and for decorative and luxury tableware.