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Feb. 3. 1925. 1.,524,998

' G. RUSSELL MEANS FOR ORNAMENTING GLAZED PANELS OF, OR E"OR, DOORS, WINDOWS, AND THE LIKE SO AS TO OBTAIN LEAD LIGHT EFFECTS Filed April 50,. 192 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 Patented, Feb. 3, 1925..

GARRETT RUSSELL, OF ELSTERNWICK, AUSTRALIA.

MEANS FOR ORNAMENTING GLAZED PANELS OF, OR FOR, DOG-ES, WINDQ'WS, AND THE LIKE SO AS TO OBTAIN LEAD-LIGHT EFFECTS.

Application filed April 30, 1928.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, Gnnnn'rr RUssnLL, a subject of the King of Great Britain, residing at Elsternwick, in the State of Victoria, Commonwealth of Australia, have invented new and useful Improved Means for Ornamenting Glazed Panels of, or for, Doors, Windows, and the like so as to- Obtain Lead Light Effects, of which the following is a specification.

This invention relates to an improved means for ornamenting glazed panels of, or for doors, windows, shop fronts, show-cases, book-cases and the like whereby lead-light effects are produced in an economical. and satisfactory manner.

The invention provides means for converting plain glass windows or doors into leaded lights of various designs including colored panels, without requiring the glass to be removed from their frames or to be out, and at relatively low cost.

The invention also includes means for economically preparing strips of lead into required shaped and selected designs for aflixture to windows and other glass surfaces to obtain the ornamental effect of lead-lighting.

Reference is made to the accompanying drawings, wherein Figure 1 is a view in elevation ofa window ornamented with flexible metal strips, to obtain the effect of lead-lighting, according to the invention.

Figure 2 is a view illustrating a design formed from short lengths of lead or like flexible metal, firmly secured together, and adapted for affixture in unit form to a glass panel.

Figure 3 is a perspective view on an enlarged scale of two lead strips or fillets adapted to intersect each other and be interlocked in the formation of a decorative design.

Figure 4 is a fragmentary view in perspective of the lead strips or fillets-see in Figure 3-when in interlocked engagement.

Figure 5 is a sectional detail view illustrating means for afiixing the lead strips, forming a selected design, to one surfac of a window or other glazed panel.

Figure 6 is a plan view of a table employed to economically form lead strips into Serial No. 635,497.

a multiplicity of designs or patterns for subsequent a'tfixture to glass panels to obtain lead-light ornamentation.

In these views 7 designates a window frame of conventional type fitted with a sheet of glass 8, which may either be plain, colored or embossed. This sheet of glass is ornamented by having affixed to its outer surface, and also if desired to its inner surface, lead strips 9 which are grouped and arranged relatively to each other to provide a selected ornamental design.

The lead strips are concave as seen at 10, or they may be grooved, on their under-surface or glass side, to receive and bond a suit able cement indicated by 11, which cement is unaffected by moisture and is employed to atlix the metal strips to the glass sheet or panel so as to be free to all risk of displacement.

For the purpose of converting a glazed sheet, which is already in position in a window or like frame, to a leaded-light. the general outline of a design or pattern (such as, for example, that shown in Figure 1) may be drawn upon, or a drawing thereof can be temporarily afliXed to one surface of the glass panel, and short strips of lead, concaved, or grooved on its undersurface are cut, and then formed into the corresponding design or pattern and aliiXed by a cement to the opposite surface of the glazed sheet.

In order to provide a flush surface at the intersecting points of lead strips employed in the making of a selected design, gaps or recesses 12 are formed in said lead strips at required locations, whereby said strips, when fitted together, will interlock at their junctioning pointssee Figures 3 and 4. Alternatively, said lead strips may be cut to the exact required lengths and be welded to the interstecting strips or fillets at their abutment points.

A suitable bordering 13 preferably constituted of lead strips, is placed around the inside of the window or door frame and functions as an assembly integer to maintain the design elements firmly in position, and this bordering is rigidly secured to the window or door frame by means of tacks or like fastenings.

Figure 2 illustrates a representative design adapted for aflixture as a unit to the glazed panel of a window or door, and the outer or enclosing strips 1d of this design functions similarly to the bordering 1.3 by aiding in the afi'ixture of the l aded-light design to the glazed panel. It will be understood that the under-surfaees ot' the bordering 13 and enclosing lead strips 1% are, or may be con *aved to hetttr hold the cement employed to aiiiI-I the design or pattern to the glass surface.

if desired, portion or portions of the glass, such for sample. as those portions indica ed by 15 and it; in 2 can he colored by the HPPllCiLi'lOil of suitable coloring agents or dyes {O enhance the ornamental eti ect.

To facilitate the torl'nation oi? the lead strips into required shapes and designs, I provide a flat table 1'? constructed eith r of metal, wood or other approved material, and as illustrated in Figure 6.

On the upper surtace 0'! this table there are "formed a inultiplicit o't greoiuetri .al and other designs, including sgrolls, curves, ovals. rectangles, diamond and other shapes and shape sections required to 'lorm pat terns or designs or all ordi air a'inds followed in the art for orininientation purposes.

It will he observed that the designs illustrated in Figures 1 and are embodied in the tahle surface, and the? each design re t tains its individuality vithout interfering with that 01': other designs. These designs are obtaine by forming); in the table surface a multiplicity oi grooves or slots 18 which are adapted to Freely accommodate the lean strips, and thereby e7. able the same to be shaped as required, even by inexperienced persons, within a short space of time. To facilitate the insertion of the lead strips into said grooves or slots 18, entrance slots 19 are provided in the table surface at the termini oi LSZIOUYQS or slots forming lines or groups of lines of a design.

Instead of grooving or slotting the table 17 as hereiuhetore described, the designsand patterns of said table may be in high relief and formed by mounting on the table strips oil ap n'oved material in the required designs, grouping and arrangement.

.1 window glazed panel ornamented according to in invention closely approximates in appearance the ordinary leadlights. while it l as amongst its advantages added strength i nparted to the glass sheet, the condition of being rain-proof, the impossibility of removing a pane by cutting the lead, as the whole of the glass is in one sheet. and the ease with which the window can be cleaned.

l fhat I do claim iszl. The method for ornamcnting a glazed prnel to r esent leadeddights, which consists in shaping stups ot' liCXllJlO metal, tastenino; said strips to ether to form a selec ed in, and then zidherively ai'liiiing said strips as a complete and single unit to the surface oi" the panel hr the use of a cement, substantially as described.

2. The method tor ornan'ieuting a glazed panel to re n'esent leaded-lights, which consists in shaping; strips of flexible metal, fastening said strips together to form selected des n, recessing said strips to allow them to ii. .llOCl'I and to he of the same thickness as the strips at intersecting points, and then aehesiveh; attiting; said strips as a complete and single LLlt to the surface 01" the panel by the use or a cement, substantial as described.

The method for ornainenting a glazed :anel. having a trains to represent leadedhts which CvllSlSiS in shaping strips of I assembling said strips upon a grooved fastening: saie strips together while on the table to form selected design, and then adhesively niirzing said strips at a complete and single unit to the surface of the glazed panel by the use of a cement, substantiall as described.

In testimony whereof I attix in signature in presence of two witnesses.

GARRETT RUSSELL.

lVitnesses A. J. CALLINAN,

J. Edi-tans.

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Cited By (12)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US4154880A (en) * 1977-12-19 1979-05-15 Dor Seal Limited Leaded glass pane
US4194669A (en) * 1979-01-22 1980-03-25 John Robert Bromberg Method of making leaded decorative panels
US4335170A (en) * 1978-11-20 1982-06-15 Stained Glass Overlay, Inc. Simulated stained and leaded glass windows
US4367250A (en) * 1980-04-17 1983-01-04 Quadling Darrell F Lead lights
US4495739A (en) * 1981-04-28 1985-01-29 Dor Seal Limited Bevelled glass window
DE3325726A1 (en) * 1983-07-16 1985-01-31 Wilde Horst D Method of producing a picture or lettering plate
US4518446A (en) * 1981-04-28 1985-05-21 Dor Seal Limited Method of making bevelled glass window
US5057984A (en) * 1990-06-27 1991-10-15 K-S-H, Inc. Light weight lighting panel
US5306535A (en) * 1992-06-19 1994-04-26 Shaffer B Jeremiah Decorative corner insert for window or door openings with contoured plastic resin laminated to glass forming the insert
US5558827A (en) * 1991-12-16 1996-09-24 Howes; Stephen E. Decorative window having simulated came structure
US8834665B1 (en) * 2011-04-19 2014-09-16 Bonnie Meyer Morse Stained glass mosaic bonded to transparent panel with a permanent template and method of making
USD732697S1 (en) * 2013-11-27 2015-06-23 Vinyl-Pro Window Systems, Inc. Decorative scroll for a window

Cited By (12)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4154880A (en) * 1977-12-19 1979-05-15 Dor Seal Limited Leaded glass pane
US4335170A (en) * 1978-11-20 1982-06-15 Stained Glass Overlay, Inc. Simulated stained and leaded glass windows
US4194669A (en) * 1979-01-22 1980-03-25 John Robert Bromberg Method of making leaded decorative panels
US4367250A (en) * 1980-04-17 1983-01-04 Quadling Darrell F Lead lights
US4495739A (en) * 1981-04-28 1985-01-29 Dor Seal Limited Bevelled glass window
US4518446A (en) * 1981-04-28 1985-05-21 Dor Seal Limited Method of making bevelled glass window
DE3325726A1 (en) * 1983-07-16 1985-01-31 Wilde Horst D Method of producing a picture or lettering plate
US5057984A (en) * 1990-06-27 1991-10-15 K-S-H, Inc. Light weight lighting panel
US5558827A (en) * 1991-12-16 1996-09-24 Howes; Stephen E. Decorative window having simulated came structure
US5306535A (en) * 1992-06-19 1994-04-26 Shaffer B Jeremiah Decorative corner insert for window or door openings with contoured plastic resin laminated to glass forming the insert
US8834665B1 (en) * 2011-04-19 2014-09-16 Bonnie Meyer Morse Stained glass mosaic bonded to transparent panel with a permanent template and method of making
USD732697S1 (en) * 2013-11-27 2015-06-23 Vinyl-Pro Window Systems, Inc. Decorative scroll for a window

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