Art Deco

Art Deco style leadlighting focuses on geometric shapes and glass textures

Art Deco is a style most commonly found in home of the Inter-War Era (1919 - 1939). It is characterized by the use of clear textured glasses, little or no coloured glass and beveled glass.

 

The patterns are predominated by straight vertical and horizontal lines defining bold geometric shapes often enhanced by the use of different thicknesses of lead.

 

These are just a few examples of art deco leadlights and applications. We have many more examples to view at out Hawthorn showroom.

 

 

 

 Other common leadlight styles:

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CONTEMPORARY

door-reno

EDWARDIAN

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ETCHING

FigEE

FIGURATIVE

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VICTORIAN

AMERICAN VICTORIAN

AMERICAN VIC.