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Garnier Tiffany-Style Stained Glass Window
Item#TF813
More than 300 individually hand-cut pieces of authentic art glass and 47 cabochons encased in glazier's came
Named after the acclaimed architect of the Paris Opera House (1862-1875), Charles Garnier, and characterized by his opulent classical shapes, this lush stained glass window is a wonderful example of the artist s fascination with the intricate forms of twining vines and graceful arches. Surrounded by a double frame of cobalt blue and firey orange, this delightful creation, in an array of cool watery shades: pale blues, aqua and turquoise, is immortalized in Design Toscano s exclusive work of high-quality stained glass art. With the look of a fine Beaux Art period antique this window will glow warmly when hung in a favorite sunny spot, but will still keep your sense of privacy. With an artisan s eye, each Design Toscano distinct piece of high quality art glass is hand-cut, copper-foiled, and individually soldered in glazier s came, taking over two full days to create. Scroll brackets and chains are included for window hanging. This is authentic, hand-crafted art glass; variations of texture and color are part of the process.
16 Wx24½ H. 6 lbs.
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$259.00
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WARNING: This product can expose you to lead, a chemical which is known to State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Stained Glass Product Care:

When you receive your stained glass work of art, it will arrive with a coating of mineral oil. You can gently wipe off the excess with a soft cloth. The oil is applied to give the glass a scratch-resistant shine and protect it for the long distance journey to your home. We make every effort to represent stained glass colors accurately, however, due to the hand crafted nature of these products, slight color variations are normal and help make each piece unique. The final appearance will also depend on the lighting of the room where the stained glass is displayed. Stained glass lamps will also change colors when lit or un-lit.

Eventually, dirt, soot and grime may build up on the glass from pollution, smoke and oxidation. These deposits reduce the amount of light passing through the windows, giving them a dull, muted appearance. Cleaning the window will restore it to its original appearance. The first attempt should be with plain water. NOTE: If you aren't sure whether or not your glass piece is painted, do not use anything stronger than plain water. If plain water doesn't work, try using a non-ionic detergent. If this method doesn't work, try a stronger solution. Stained glass can be cleaned with acetone, ethanol, isopropyl alcohol or mineral spirits to remove shellac, varnish or stain. After cleaning, be sure to remove all chemical residue with a non-ionic detergent and thoroughly rinse off with clean water. Please remember, a little maintenance and care will keep your stained glass investment beautiful for many years to come.

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