The Preservation and Repair of Historic Stained and Leaded Glass

$30.00

This course gives a short history of stained and leaded glass in America. It also surveys basic preservation and documentation issues facing architects designing restorations or renovations of buildings with leaded glass.

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Course Description:

This course gives a short history of stained and leaded glass in America. It also surveys basic preservation and documentation issues facing architects designing restorations or renovations of buildings with leaded glass. It addresses common causes of deterioration and presents repair, restoration, and protection options.

Learning Units: 2.0 LU/HSW (2 hours)

Learning Objective 1:

Upon completion of this course, the student will know the history of stained and leaded glass in America.

Learning Objective 2:

The student will understand basic preservation and documentation issues facing architects when dealing with leaded glass.

Learning Objective 3:

The student will be aware of common causes of leaded glass deterioration and how to prevent additional damage.

Learning Objective 4:

The student will know of repair, restoration, and protection options for leaded and stained glass.