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  • Where, as in the Gothic cathedrals of the West -- of France, Germany, or Italy -- the stained glass is the striking feature of the interior, so it is with the illumination; it is a "vitrail" -- a glass-painting on vellum.

    Illuminated Manuscripts

  • Necklace: a big chandelier crystal and vitrail/aurora borealis/crystal fire polished glass, on silver-plated chain.

    Valentines, part the first

  • Earrings: chandelier crystals and vitrail/aurora borealis/crystal fire polished glass on silver-plated earwires (which can be swapped for sterling if desired).

    Valentines, part the first

  • Featuring Pandora Wrigglesworth's very Not Possible IRL door touch to enter, which leads to the inside of a moon just above it, this special place is accentuated with Aminom Marvin, Baron Grayson and vitrail Illois' trees, gentle particle effects and little lights by Yuki Aabye, Fallingwater Cellardoor's flowers and a spooky fallen tree by Aki Shichiroji.

    Archive 2009-03-01


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  • From Logolepsy:

    n. - (pl. -aux ) stained glass.
    Also, per's Bead Glossary, it "Refers to an iridescent coating or finish that is applied to only one part or one side of a bead."

    April 24, 2014