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About this project

This window was commissioned for a private house, to commemorate the life of a much loved cat.  He is shown sitting on the top of the back yard wall, overlooking the back alley which was his personal domain. 

The design is carried out using flashed antique glass etched with hydrofluoric acid, with painted and enamelled detail.  It is leaded.


commissioned stained glass, painted stained glass, commemorative stained glass, domestic stained glass


Glass, Design, Traditional


Glass, Metal
Photographer: Ann Sotheran
The panel is about 21
Photographer: Ann Sotheran
The close up detail is based on a photograph supplied by the client. The detail is painted with stained glass paints and coloured enamels, fired in the kiln.
Photographer: Ann Sotheran
The brickwork areas are made of flashed glass, etched with hydrofluoric acid and painted with stained glass shading paints and green enamel.

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