How Do Medieval Stained Glass Artists Get the Stained Glass to Secure to the Window?

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To an extent Medieval stained glass artists completed these works similar to how it is done today. The coloring was established by using powdered metals in the molten glass for the desired color. When assembling, they soldered the pieces together to form the completed work. My knowledge in art says the similarities are not all that different than how it is done today.
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Medieval stained glass artists used lead to secure the stained glass panes together and into the frame. This was just on 'How Its Made.' They used lead because it is soft and malleable.
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