Thursday, February 16, 2012

Stained Glass Windows

I have been out for a few days, but don’t want to miss out on showing you my used windows.  In my case they are all  antique stained glass.

This one was actually a door we found, the bottom was cut off and the top portion was inserted into a pass-through, with the addition of a bit of trim.



Close-up  of the center medallion.



This is how it looks from the other side.



Love the red in this one.



This is a perfect match of the the window size and is hanging on the inside of the window.



Although not  a window, this piece hangs over a french door.


There is one more window,  a long  narrow one which hangs inside the window in the stairway landing.    Can't show you that one as the window will have to be cleaned before a picture  can be taken.  

35 comments:

  1. These are all so very pretty...my fav is #1. Maybe one day, I will be lucky and have one in my home.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  2. OMG Honey I'm drooling here right now..I just glanced in my mirror and I'm green with envy ha ha!!
    I adore stain glass windrows and you have some beauty's my dear friend..WOW!! Thanks for sharing with us more of your beautiful home..May you have the BEST day ever girl..Hugs and smiles Gloria

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  3. Stained glasses are not easy to make, happy you they are perfect.

    Hugs
    Elna

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  4. Beautiful stained glass windows Honey. My Joe knows how to make them and we actually have a glass shop in the back of our old house that he has not used in about twelve years.

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  5. Gorgeous! I love stainglass windows or whatever. We had in our last home before this one and now we have one in our kitchen ceiling as a skylight and we love it! Thanks for sharing your beautiful home. Hugs,
    FABBY

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  6. So pretty...enjoy your used windows!

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  7. I have one big stained glass piece that has pinecones and a ribbon and is currently under a couch where it can't be stepped on. You've inspired me to get it out and take a peek.... see if there is a place for it.

    ~Bliss~

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  8. These are just beautiful, Honey, and look fabulous when the sun is shining through!

    XO,
    Jane

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  9. Such beautiful stained glass. I have a stained glass window in almost every window in my home.

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  10. Those are gorgeous Honey! My fav is the first one!

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  11. These are all gorgeous, Honey! I have several, too. I used to kinda collect them of sorts (or rescue them whichever the case!) and had them installed when we built our house. I just love architectural antiques.

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  12. Truly gorgeous works of art! Beautiful!

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  13. These are all beautiful, Honey! I love that first one especially!

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  14. Honey, they are gorgeous!
    My favorite is number one. If I had one of these in my home I would just stare at it all day! LOL
    So beautiful!

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  15. Very pretty windows. I have two purchased at antique store in North Carolina and shipped them home to Illinois. I took them out of the wood frame and took a class on how to fix these old windows with lead or zinc and mine hangs from chain in the windows of my home.

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  16. I love stain glass...which my old homes had some. Your pieces are gorgeous.

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  17. I have always loved stained glass, and yours are so pretty!!! :D

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  18. Love, love, love your stained glass windows. Breathtaking. Susan

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  19. Those burlap wreaths are gorgeous!! I think I might have to be pinning some of your gorgeousness. :-)

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  20. Old stained glass is especially pretty. I love how you've used yours. I'll bet you smile every morning when the sun hits those jewel colours!

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  21. The first is my favorite. Gorgeous.

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  22. I would love to have a home with some stained glass.
    I hope you are keeping well, still reading your posts in my reader but apologies for not calling by to comment very often, time just seems to get swallowed up by real life!

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  23. Gorgeous, love your windows!
    Have a great day.
    Greetings Mette

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  24. Hello Honey,
    These are so warm and cheerful to look at. What an inviting touch! I just adore the first window!
    Linda at Beautiful Ideas

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  25. Wow - beautiful windows. That first one is just gorgeous!

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  26. Honey,
    OMG!! all of these stained glass beauties are drop dead gorgeous!! I especially fell in love with the 4th picture!! That one would have definitely found a place in my Kitchen!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  27. Beautiful! So happy you linked to "Cowgirl Up!". I'll be looking for you here next week!
    :) Samantha @ Crafty Texas Girls

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  28. Honey you have some beautiful pieces! My mom has several out inner sunroom. It is one of our have spots when we go home to visit. At our last house we had a sorta stain glass window above our tub. It was all one color but oh so pretty in a fleur de lies. Thanx for coming to party!

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