Locally, lookup stained glass suppliers in yellow pages, or on Yell.com.
These will sell the lead came (the sections), plus anything else you may
Mail order, one I know of is
If you've not done it before then reading book on stained glass
techniques may be useful for tips
On Thu, 20 Jan 2005 21:54:21 -0000, "Andrew Barnes"
(their new website is broken, but the paper catalogue is good)
Bristol Creative Glass Guild
(web something too, but not from memory)
You may find a course worthwhile. You're likely to need some new glass
(there's always a bit that's had it) and doing this in a workshop lets
you pick a small snippet to match, rather than fooling around
You'll also need tools, and you won't believe the price of a soldering
iron for lead came work. Plenty of other weird, briefly-used, but
unavoidable tools too.
For a one-off, it's generally easier to have the pane rebuilt. If it's
just re-leading, the prices are reasonable. They start to climb if
there's much glass cutting or grinding to be done.
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