Leaded light


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Leaded light

A window having small diamond-shaped or rectangular panes of glass set in lead canes.

leaded light

A window having small diamond-shaped or rectangular panes of glass set in lead cames.
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Interconnecting bi-folding doors allow access to the formal dining room with the focal point being an Inglenook fireplace with leaded light windows, it's a great place to get the whole family together over a hearty meal.
Upstairs, the landing has a feature window all of its own with original art nouveau leaded light glass.
This is a lead-effect self-adhesive strip which can be fixed to any glass to give a leaded light pattern.
The spacious accommodation comprises porch, reception hall wit Parquet flooring and leaded light windows, lounge, dining room, modern fitted breakfast kitchen, utility room and storage room all to the ground floor.
There's a study on the ground floor too which boasts more leaded light windows and then it is on to the kitchen/family room.
To begin there is a vestibule porch with double doors to the front, Minton tiled flooring and entrance door with stained and leaded light window.
The company drew on more than 25 years experience of the traditional leaded light industry to devise its Insulead glazing system and Steelyte opening casements - aimed at overcoming the problem of double glazing windows in a heritage building.
A room to fit a baby grand piano in, the bright and spacious lounge has original leaded light mullioned windows and french double doors leading into the garden room, a traditional room overlooking the delightful rear gardens with double French doors and chequered marble flooring in black and white.
The leaded light screen between the hallway and the kitchen is very special," said the owner.
The house, which is not listed, retains many period features such as stone mullions, leaded light windows, timber beams, an inglenook fireplace and panelled wooden doors.
Oak-framed leaded light windows, exposed beams and roof trusses, timber panelling, carved doors and flagstone floors are still intact in the three-storey Grade II Listed house.
On entering the property, there is an impressive reception hall leading into a music room, a cloakroom and a drawing room with original leaded light windows and a feature granite fireplace.