Stained glass

Lead glass or stained glass is one of the most common architecture elements. Lead glass was originally used mostly in religious buildings. During the middle Ages they were made accessible to all. First solely a prerogative of the wealthy, they decorated the windows in the 17th century Flemish houses then spread out throughout Europe. Lead glass themes cover Saints figures, pagan scenes, heraldic patterns like the Champagne coat of arms named “Campania”, floral patterns during the Art Nouveau period, or even colored motifs, either geometrical or abstract. Ironwork is part of luxury architecture since Antiquity. Its use ranges     from balcony railing to entrance gate like the gates created by Gilbert Poillerat or Raymond Subes in the first part of the 20th century

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Stained glass, 20th century
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Stained glass, 19th century
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Stained glass, 20th century
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Stained glass, Napoleon III, 19th century
2800 €
Glass, Stained glass, Design 50-60, 20th century