Quick post today, back to glass briefly.
This mini window has a bird, perched on a branch over wild garlic flowers - perhaps it's in a woodland near here, where the wild garlic will soon be in flower and filling the air with it's amazing smell! I can't tell you the exact species of the bird - top secret - so apologies if you are 'good' at birds and are wondering what it might be.
As before, I have painted the glass, scratched the design in it (very like using scraperboard), and then it's fired at 600 degrees C and becomes a permanent part of the glass. Each piece is then fitted together with the lead strips, which are soldered together and polished with grate-black.
More glass pictures on Flickr!