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Frequently Asked Questions about Stained and Leaded Glass
Before purchasing stained or leaded glass, look over these frequently asked questions to help you decide which dealer meets your needs best:

Does the company offer opalescent glass?
Opalescent glass has more than one color. Some stained glass windows contain individual colored panels that have been arranged to make a complete picture. Opalescent glass, however, has more than one color within an individual piece. This makes it possible to add shading to images and create more complex color patterns. Tiffany glass is a good example of opalescent glass.

Does the company include installation in its prices?
This is an important question for people or organizations buying large works of stained or leaded glass. Installing a large window in a church, for instance, can require the work of several people. Some companies include the cost of installation when they sell large windows. Others do not. Make sure you know whether the cost of installation is included in your price quotes. Otherwise, you cannot compare the prices properly.

Does the company design its own glass panels and artwork?
If you want custom stained glass windows for a building, then you will probably need to find a company that knows how to make and process its own designs. In addition to windows, they might also make artwork from stained and leaded glass. A few companies even specialize in architectural glass that becomes an important part of the building. In many cases, you have to pay extra for design services. Architectural glass can also cost more to have installed since it plays such an important role in a building's integrity and design.

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You may be interested in installing stained glass windows in your Victorian home, or adding leaded glass to the doors of your building. This glass is traditionally used in artwork, especially in medieval churches and cathedrals. If you choose to invest in this material to enrich the d├ęcor of your home, you will need to look into different glass blowers, artists and suppliers to find the right company to assist you. Try asking some of the questions below to help you choose the right option.

  • What products do you have available?
    Though you are initially interested in purchasing lead glass to install in your windows, you may want to see what other products the company carries. You may find that you are interested in purchasing beveled, etched or painted glass for your door. See if the company has a selection for you to view before making your purchases.

  • Do you have samples of patterns available?
    If you are working with an artist to create a custom design for your home, get samples of previous stained glass windows they have created. Or, you can ask to see a portfolio of previous painted glass sculptures if you want to buy from a specific artist.

  • Do you have insurance available for your work?
    Purchasing antique glass can quickly become expensive. You will want to make sure the company you are working with can reimburse you if it is not properly shipped, or is damaged during installation. As if they are willing to replace panels, and for how long the work is covered.



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