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Crown bullion glass window - These "bullseye" window panes were in every pub we saw in London!

Hand Blown Crown glass was one of the two most common processes for making window glass until the century. The process was first perfected by French glassmakers in the and was a trade secret. As a result, crown glass was not made in London until

Bottled Glass window @Kelly Harris this could look pretty to cover your lights

Bottled Glass window Harris this could look pretty to cover your lights

Rondel Windows - traditional blown glass windows in the style commonly found in the Middle Ages

Crown glass was a common processes for making window glass until the century. The process was first perfected by Huguenot French glassmakers in the notably around Rouen, and was a trade secret.

While constructing a contemporary house for a couple overlooking the Lovall Valley in Sonoma, California, architect Harvey Sanchez and his son, Conrad, asked designer Ron Mann to help with the architecture and build out and decorate the interiors. “He’s an amazing artist and had a deeply felt connection to this place. I could tell that his vision couldn’t be replicated by anybody else,” says the wife. The house is situated upon 19 acres of hillside with incomparable views of Sonoma County…

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BullsEye   glass Panes Britain made from the bottom of broken bottles.  Amazing

Old bullseye glass window panes (used to be called poor mans glass, since the smooth glass was used for more affluent homes)

Bullseye glass window    In the garden buildings at Calke Abbey, Derbyshire, England

Bullseye glass window in the garden buildings at Calke Abbey, Derbyshire, photo Robert Silverwood

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