Prairie Style art glass window — restoration videos

Last weekend’s window restoration workshop was a success. We did it in the Creet building, between the exhibit space and the blacksmith shop.

One visitor suggested we make a video, so we did.  I went through the entire process of restoring an art glass panel from start to finish in about an hour or so – and we took some video of it.  It’s kind of thrown together, but we’ll get a little better as we (hopefully) do more in the future!

The windows are from the Allan Miller house.

The video is in nine parts.  Hope you find it interesting!  And if you ever need old windows restored, you can contact me through the Barrington History Museum.

Part 1
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Part 2
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Part 3
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Part 4
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Part 5
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Part 6
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Part 7
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Part 8
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