Victorian Transom 1 stained glass pattern


This style of Victorian stained glass pattern was typically used in Victorian architecture, above a door. Transom refers to the wooden crosspiece that separated the window and door. Original windows were constructed with lead came but this pattern was designed for copper foil

• 41" x 16" • 139 pieces
• level of difficulty intermediate
• materials list and colour photo included
• grinder required

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