While many studios claim  to produce "stained glass",  very few know how to do
glass staining or painting.  Instead, most  small studios usually just make glass
panels using copper-foil technique, doing no painting at all.  Larger studios
usually produce leaded windows, a technique dating back to the ninth century.   

Glass painting and staining, and then firing the glass in a kiln, requires more
skill, but results in far more detail, letting the artist express concepts more
clearly.  Here are some examples...
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