Stained glass

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Stained glass is a type of glass, which is colored using metals or paint.

Stained glass is used in some kinds of art. It is much used in Christian art but other themes are not rare.

History[change | change source]

In the 15th through 17th centuries, it was used in windows.

Traditionally though, stained glass was not see-through.

Materials[change | change source]

Some metals used in making stained glass are: