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Stained glass wheelhorse sign

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:bow-blue:                Very skilled young man. Thanks for sharing this with us.        :text-coolphotos:

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That looks amazing! Thanks for sharing!  :wub:

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That is amazing, if you don;t mind sharing, whats something like that run?  It looks expensive.

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56 minutes ago, Fordiesel69 said:

That is amazing, if you don;t mind sharing, whats something like that run?  It looks expensive.

 

It cost me £130 which is roughly $170 , I thought it was a good price as there is a lot of work involved , the chap does it as a hobby to make an extra few Shillings 

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That is very nice! Very good craftsmanship for sure.

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6 hours ago, neil said:

the chap does it as a hobby

hobby    perhaps should be a side job that Pays. He does lovely work.

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Mighty fine :wh: signs.  They look awesome! :handgestures-thumbupright:

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It arrived safely in the post today , can honestly say I'm delighted with it IMG_1032.JPGIMG_1033.JPGIMG_1034.JPGIMG_1035.JPG

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:bow-blue: Very nice indeed...

making a light box for it Neil? 

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31 minutes ago, AMC RULES said:

:bow-blue: Very nice indeed...

making a light box for it Neil? 

Craig , yes I will make a light box for it , hopefully I manage to get an hour to myself to get into the workshop , I have a few lengths of old oak laying about , that's the plan .

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I know it's gonna be sweet when you're done.   :icecream:

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Ok, ok enough is enough. How much is it going to cost me/us to get one of those across the pond? I would love to have one of those. Since I don't have much more room to store tractors instead and I refuse to store them outside, signage is the next best thing!!! 

I meant inside!

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Very nice indeed. Being a sometimes actual stained glass artist myself I appreciate the craftsmanship. I recently purchased a vinyl plotter/cutter and may have to make something like this. A vinyl cutter allows one to cut out very intricate shapes from adhesive backed vinyl sheets in a multitude of colors. The lead adhesive backed strips used in the type of work shown gives the appearance of the "lead Came" used in traditional stained glass window construction and has a very authentic appearance I must say. Well done !

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