|Cathedral glass is a transparent glass typically consisting of one color. As with opalescent
glass arrangements, hand-stained segments may be incorporated into the design.
|Opalescent glass uses a mix of colors usually between two and five
with a white opaqueness. Elements of hand-stained glass are often
incorporated into the design when this type of glass is used.
|Leaded glass designs are held together with thin lead strips called cames. The width of the
cames are uniform and most often are used in hand-stained, cathedral and opalescent
designs. See examples below for hand-stained and cathedral custom designs.
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