Slide 3: Tudor Windows

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Glass was very expensive in Tudor times, so it was crafted in small pieces. In order to create a full window, the diamond-shaped pieces were held together with metal and set into casement frames. Twentieth-century Tudor Revivals were outfitted with leaded-glass casement windows that simulated the old-world aesthetic, a look that's delightfully re-created in this Toronto, Ontario, home.


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