The leaded-glass doors in Michael Pekovich’s Arts and Crafts display cabinet are not only true to the Stickley style, but they look great and are simple to make. Once you have mastered the techniques, you can easily apply them to more intricate designs. Pekovich takes you through the process of making a template, cutting the glass cleanly, assembling the glass panes between strips of lead called came, soldering the frame together, and adding the finishing touches. Also included are instructions for making a curved glass design. From Fine Woodworking #211 For more tips on making leaded-glass doors, check out this video.
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