Traveling through the Church Hill section of Richmond Virginia last week, I came across a beveled glass window I created for an entryway around 1982.
If you look close, you will notice the variable bevels, wider at the larger end and tapering to the narrow. In order to create this effect, I needed to work with 3/8″ glass. It takes considerable skill to cut glass that thick and bevel it so it fits into a relatively narrow zinc came.
It was quite gratifying to see how beautifully my work fits into this historical neighborhood 37 years later.