The 10-panel vintage window survived the trip from Orange, California to the Midwest. It’s a pretty big window at 5′ x 2′ ft … which meant this piece would take a huge bite out of my vintage glass collection.
The vintage windows I look for have to be sturdy, with clear glass that doesn’t wiggle or show separation (rotting) from the frame … not even a little bit.
I use a clear adhesive to glue the glass to the glass, in a well ventilated room, with a wheeled tile cutter, a small hammer – on a sturdy surface – wearing safety glasses with a first aid kit near by … but not children or pets. Safety First – Always wear safety glasses when breaking or cutting random glass dishes, cups and/or glass objects. Depending on the type of glass they can and some will shatter in a bazillion pieces … maybe more. Be careful.
No resolutions this year … although … I did promise that I would try to find more time to play artist.
I cleaned off my tile table, found a glue bottle that worked, and will admit to feeling fairly confident that something fantastic was about to happen.
Standing there … I got nuthin’ … nope, nuthin’ … still standing there, starring out into space … a few minutes go by … nothing, nothing, nothing … not gonna happen … not even if you think really, really hard squeezing your eyes together.
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