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Yemeni qamariya for sale. multicoloured stained glass windows

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  • Stained glass windows from Yemen
    For
    SALE

    I've had these multicoloured stained glass windows from Yemen following me around for a few years! This is the rest of the collection that has survived 5 house moves and some sales to friends. The story goes that Ian's father was sailing through the Gulf of Aden in the 1980's and stopped off in Yemen.

    Yemeni Qamariya for sale. All Stained glass windows are approx. 4 – 4.5 cm large and the sizes will vary a bit (+/- 1cm) as they are hand made in Yemen. I have also some pieces with other colours mixed in the shapes below.

    Stained glass from Yemen
    size: h. 45 cm x l. 28cm Contact to Buy Price: 150 € + Transport / Shipping
    Stained glass from Yemen
    size: h. 103 cm x l. 15cm Contact to Buy Price: 150 € + Transport / Shipping
    Stained glass from Yemen
    size: h. 80 cm x l. 40cm Contact to Buy Price: 200 € + Transport / Shipping
    Stained glass from Yemen
    size: h. 85 cm x l. 30cm Contact to Buy Price: 220 € + Transport / Shipping
    Stained glass from Yemen
    size: h. 90 cm x l. 40cm Contact to Buy Price: 220 € + Transport / Shipping
    Stained glass from Yemen
    size: h. 100 cm x l. 40cm Contact to Buy Price: 250 € + Transport / Shipping
    Stained glass from Yemen
    size: h. 130 cm x l. 20cm Contact to Buy Price: 290 € + Transport / Shipping
    Stained glass from Yemen
    size: h. 143 cm x l. 30cm Contact to Buy Price: 300 € + Transport / Shipping
    Stained glass from Yemen
    size: h. 80 cm x l. 60cm Contact to Buy Price: 350 € + Transport / Shipping

    Made using Yemeni Qamariya A few pieces that I have worked on to give a few ideas.

    Stained glass from Yemen Stained glass from Yemen

    How these colorful glass pieces are set in plaster.
    1 / The making of the rectangular plaster panel is done by casting plaster in a frame defined by iron strips.
    2 / The patterns are traced using a paper stencil then hollowed out with a knife.
    3 / The pieces of glass, which have been roughly cut with a diamond cutter and pliers are then placed in the frame.
    4 / Another layer of thinner plaster is poured into the frame.
    5 / The last layer of plaster is then scraped to reveal the glass pieces.

    first made : 2021 / latest update : 2021

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