ianinsa Posted November 6, 2010 Share Posted November 6, 2010 Hi All, I'm thanking you in advance(in antisipation) for help. One of my mates would lide to have a bash at making up some real stained glass panels for his farm's chapel! This is to replace some windows that were damaged and replaced with tiffany style 'leaded' windows. I have managerd to source him glass from a mate of mine in Kuwait. The lead came(sort of 'H' section) is where the difficulty comes in. He does'nt want hobby shop strips as this chapel is on his Olive farm in Bloemfontien and could date back to the Anglo-Boer war. Last year when I was in Kings Chapel in Cambridge I saw a tool/machine to roll came in a display case. This case is in the vestibule(sanctuary) to the left of the entrance at the rear of the church. I remember looking at it with great interest as I'm facinated by tools and machinery. At the time I did not think that I would have need nor use for this, I neglected to take notes and photos. I have thought of asking my mother who lives just outside of London to take a trip there, and photograph the item for me, sadly I'm afraid that what I need to copy the tool might be lost on her and I will end up frustrated/dissapointed and she might then deem me an ungrateful so and so(wich is not the case). So in conclusion if anyone has info/a tool/a drawing or lives close to Camebridge and could help I would be most gratefull. Ian Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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