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The Art & Craft Mission Circles Stained Glass Panel has a palette of reds, yellows, greens, blues, and browns in a geometrical design. The panel is hand crafted utilizing the "copper foil' technique. This method was made popular by Louis Comfort Tiffany and involves wrapping the pieces of glass with copper foil and soldering them together along the length of the seams. Framed in vintage patina tone metal frame. Comes complete with designer anchors and chains. Over 130 individual pieces of glass. Ht: 25'', W: 17.5".
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