Stained glass for windows.
Stained glass is found most often in churches or in entrance doors from the early 1900’s. It gives a very exclusive expression to a house. Stained glass is made of small pieces of glass that are merged into a larger glass area, in various patterns. Nowadays you cannot use lead, when the glass pieces are joined without copper. It is called the copper foil technique called Tiffany technique.
On the images with Kronfönster glass where this technique is used, we have added no less than 33 different pieces of glass and joined them. The result is something special. It is with this technology which we create windows, which is guaranteed personal.