Stained-glass windows classical from Vornicel SRL
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The method of production of a classical stained-glass window arose in the Middle Ages. On its basis other stained glass technologies appeared later. For production of a classical stained-glass window use pieces of color glasses. Among themselves they are fastened with lead, brass, copper, aluminum fittings. The very first classical stained-glass windows were made by means of a lead broach. Materials for their production - simple sheet glass, lead profile fittings or a broach.
In production of a stained-glass window on lead fittings there are several obligatory stages. They include preparation of drawing, production of fittings, cutting and processing of glasses. And, of course, actually assembly of a stained-glass window when pieces of color glasses connect among themselves a lead broach. Specialists of the company of Steklosfer note that the design received thus does not differ in durability, sufficient for modern conditions. Therefore similar stained-glass windows are now made extremely seldom.
The lead solder stained-glass window is also made on the basis of a lead profile. The profile forms drawing, and pieces of color glass are soldered in it. Glass pieces of the necessary form cut or cast on templates. This technology allows to connect large pieces of glass therefore with its help it is possible to make stained-glass windows of the big sizes. Varying types of a lead profile which can be different thickness, create both tiny, and large-scale stained glass compositions.
Use of brass instead of lead at production of stained-glass windows allowed to increase durability of products considerably. But, being stronger, than lead, brass concedes to it in plasticity. It is heavy to bend a brass profile. Therefore brass stained-glass windows have mainly large geometrical drawing of the correct form. It is distinguished by straight lines and arches of big radius.