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 Posted: Wed Dec 1st, 2010 11:12 am
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I am looking for a source to have a bronze frame made for a multi-paned stained
glass window.
Yes , it is one of the few things we don't do.
Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance,
Michael



 Posted: Wed Dec 1st, 2010 02:35 pm
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MIchael, why don't you ask Bendheim? They may know of a firm. 



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Try:

John McDevitt - 718-596-7150

or

Summit Brass 201-861-2080

or

Rotax is a big supplier on brass/bronze materials, they may know a fabricator 718-272-9800

Vic



 Posted: Thu Dec 2nd, 2010 09:43 am
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Thanks guys, always nice to know anyone can ask for help and be answered with good information.

Michael



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I am looking for a source for bronze manganese channel (.5" x .5" x.5") for framing tracery elements. Does anyone know of a source? I find plenty of brass with this dimension; however, I understand that bending tighter radii' is more challenging with brass and bronze manganese is a better product.

Thanks for the help



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http://www.barleystudio.co.uk/environmental.html



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I have contacted them to no avail as of yet.

Is there a known source in the US?



 Posted: Wed Jul 24th, 2013 07:06 pm
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axgold wrote:
I have contacted them to no avail as of yet.

Is there a known source in the US?


not that I am aware of.

Try Tom Kupper at Lincoln Cathedral
http://www.projectbook.co.uk/job_28.html



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