Osgoode Hall Stained Glass

  

The most important aspect of stained glass is the glass itself.
Glass is composed mainly of sand, silica. It is heated to a
temperature of 2,000 degrees, until it is the consistency of taffy.

Osgoode Hall Convocation Hall Stained Glass

The colors are caused by the addition of metallic oxides.
The glass does not have a pigment like oil paints. White
light is a combination of all the colors of the rainbow.

Osgoode Hall Convocation Hall Stained Glass

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