About Age of Elegance

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Victorian stained glass was popular in America from the 1850’s until World War I. During this period Americans developed a keen appreciation for stained windows as an art form and reflected this appreciation by eagerly building it into their homes. The wide acceptance by designers, architects and homeowners led to unparalleled advancements in assembly techniques, developments of better quality glass, and the formulation of dazzling new colors and glass textures. In the process, an amazing diversity of designs were created. This was a most exciting time for stained glass artists.

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