History

Technology manufacture of stained glass,, Tiffany’’ named after her ancestor, artist and designer Louis Tiffany. In the late 19th century, he first created opal glass, which has an extraordinary aesthetic property.
Grace and subtlety in the art of stained glass Tiffany makes them look like painted glass. In modern interiors, they are particularly popular just because of its extensive decorative possibilities.
Colored glass pieces cut from a glass initially
and formed into the desired shape, then wrapped around individually with the copper foil tape and solder on both sides, the patina applying over the joints. Finished stained glass project encloses in the profile, which increases the strength of the structure.
This technology is widely used to create miniature, fine stained glass compositions.
Stained glass in the Tiffany technique consists of many small parts that are generally creating an unusual pattern.