Term for colored stained or enameled glass hold together by lead strips in an abstract or figurative design set in an iron framework and used in architectural design, such as window or as decorative panel. The process utilized in the Middle Ages, workshops made windows from glass. Usually blue, green, gold, and brown colored with metallic oxides. Details and decoration were painted onto the surface and then it was fired. Since the 17th century oil based vegetable stains have been used to darken the appearance of wood.
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