I use both the 'Tiffany' method as well as traditional lead came to make the artwork. The Tiffany method involves using copper foil around the edges of each piece of glass. Flux is then applied to the foil and this enables the pieces of glass to be held together. This results in a very strong piece of finished glass.
For larger pieces of work, lead came would normally be used as this is far stronger.
This can be based on the designs shown in the portfolio section or on an original design from yourself.
The items can be personalised where possible (e.g. vehicle plates/names, boat names/logos) and can be made in a colour of your choice.
This depends on the size of the piece required and also the complexity of the design.