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US1612054A
US1612054A US108441A US10844126A US1612054A US 1612054 A US1612054 A US 1612054A US 108441 A US108441 A US 108441A US 10844126 A US10844126 A US 10844126A US 1612054 A US1612054 A US 1612054A
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Dec. 28,1;"1926 v 1,612,054

A. G. REZ l LEDED` ART GLASS Filed May 11, 1926 I flventor /Z G. Pez,

Attorney Patented Dec. 27S, 1926.

ramon narran sraras narrar strict.

ANTHONY G. REZ, OF SEATTLE, WASHINGTON.

LEADED ABT GLASS.

Application filed May 11,

This invention relates to an improved Vprocess of manufacture and article produced thereby, commonly referred to in the trade as leaded art glass, the same being especially, but not necessarily adapted for use in the construction of windows and other semitransparent closures.

Briefly, the invention has reference to an appropriately shaped frame carrying a colored glass pane of sectional construction, the sections being fastened together by lead joints which are fashioned to accomodate and cooperate with a secondary body of lead possessing a characteristic outline to form the representation or simulation of a subject, object, or the like.

An outstanding feature of the invention is the foresight exercised in so arranging the stretches or branches of the primary lead joints in such a way as to provide a skeleton outline and reinforcing means for the secondary lead backing member forming the object and producing a leaded silhouette' readily visible through the colored glass r under the action of artificial or natural light rays. Y

Other features and advantages of the invention will become apparent from the following description and drawing.

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Figure 1 is a side elevation observing one face or side of the improved article.

Figure 2 is a similar view looking in the opposite side of Figure 1.

Figure 3 is an enlarged detail section taken approximately upon the plane of the line 3-3 of Figure 1.

Referring to the drawing in detail, the reference character l1 designates the frame which is of appropriate material and configuration, being here shown as of general rectangular' form having an arched top. As is customary in articles of this kind, the glass panel is composed of a plurality of sections 2, 3, 4:, 5, and 6, which may be of various colored glass pieces. lThese sections are of any desired configuration and are secured together by means of lead generally indicated by the reference character 7. At this time I would call attention to the fact that in accordance with my idea the glass section and the shape and outline of the joining lead will be regulated more or less by the particular object which is to 132. Serial No. 108,441.

be represented. As an example, I have adopted the representation of a well known figure, commonly known as a viking.

Referring to Figure 2 it will be seen that the viking is generally indicated by the reference character 8. ln producing this subject, 1 simply take a body of lead which is commonly known in the art as lead leaf so that the same may be readily carved to produce the desired outline. Having decided upon the particular figure to be represented, l utilize this foresight in making the glass panel and the lead mea-ns for connecting the sections thereof together. For instance as shown in Figure 1, it will be seen that the sections of glass bear some relation to the object 8 which is represented. In other words, the sections of the glass are s o shaped that the lead joint or rather the portions forming the lead joining means formed somewhat of a skeleton outline for the ligure (8) represented on the opposite sides, this affords the desired reinforcement. For instance, the branch 9 of the lead extends upwardly toward the arched top of the frame and serves to back up the upper portion of the body of the figure, and the branches 10 serve to reinforce the legs of the ligure. In addition, there is an unusually shaped frame 11 formed at the central portion of the body of the figure, and this accommodates a correspondingly shaped piece of glass 12.

For purpose of demonstration, we might assume that the portions 2, 3, 5, and 6 are of blue glass. rlhe portion a is of a distinctively different shade, the outstanding color of which is orange. The small piece 12'is red. However, the colors are of no unusual importance but are simply referred to so that the reader might gain a clear impression of the artistic product which cannot be definitely portrayed in the drawing here. Having observed the frame 11 and the red glass piece 12 l would now direct attcntion to Figure 2 wherein it will be seen that the belt forming portion of figure 8 is provided with a plurality of suitably shaped openings 13 which permit the light to project through the red glass and to give the ligure the appearance of wearing a fiery red belt. From Figure 2 it will also be noted that unusually shaped ribbons 111 of lead are connected with the frame, the

glass, and the figure. These ribbons serve to prevent distortion of the figure and add to the rigidity and ruggedness.

At this tin'ie attention is directed to Figure 3 wherein it will'be seen how the leed fastening means I cooperate with the sections ont the glass. 'o 'this end it will he seen that the lead is disposed between the edges ot the Glass and beads are orined on opposite sides ot the giass. lt is obvious troni this that the lead sheet forming the iiguie bulges out to over-lie the acent bead.

in practice7 it will be seen that the iight in penetrating the coiored glass section Wiil of course not penetrate the solid lead i'igure representation except at the belt oiniing portion. Thus, a dark figure in the 'forni of a vii'ing will appear and will lend a most unusual'sceno and appearance to the eye or the observer.

it is believed that by considering the description in connection with the drawings, persons 'an'iiliar With `mentions of this class will be able to obtain a clear understanding ot' the saine, and for this reason a incre lengthy description is thought un necessary.

Although the preferred embodiment ot the invention has been shown and described,

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it is to be understood that ininor changes coming Within the ield oit' invention claimed in.. y be resorted to it desired.

Havi ng .thus described the invention, What l ciaiin as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is l. in a. structure ot the class described, a traine, a sectional glass panel, the sections ot which are connected together by securing nieans ot' lead, and a lead sheet of 1naterial supported against one side of the panel troni said traine, said sheet of material being out to re sent a iigure, and said lead 'fastening nies-ns being oi' av shape to form a s'ieieton outline for the figure, whereby to reinforce the structure.

2. As a new product of manufacture, a |reine, a sheet lead ligure arranged cen- 'raliy ot the traine, connecting ribbons betreen the marginal portions of said ligure nd said traine, a sectional glass pane, the ieeting edges ot the sections ot' which are arranged Within the area of said figure, and ead joints connecting the sections ot the `)ane together.

in testimony whereof i afm: my signature.

ANTHONY G. REZ.

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US3521048A (en) * 1967-10-04 1970-07-21 Gary W Fowler Ornamental lighting fixture
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