Fleur-de-lis Hang in place
Two hangers are permanently attached to the stained glass panel. They are then suspended by chains which can be supplied upon request. Hooks (not supplied) are mounted into window header/trim by buyer. Quick, easy, readily movable. Allows window to fit almost any space.
Bathroom Window Tack in place
This uses picture frame points (supplied upon request) to secure the glass. These windows are single, uncut textured glass without any metal or glazing. This is not a typical stained glass window but a quick fix for privacy. Multiple metal points are pressed into the sill/frame holding the glass in place. When metal surrounds the glass the points are practically invisible.
Frank Lloyd Wright or Prairie Style Semi-Permanent Trim Out
Wood trim has been cut, painted and nailed around the edge of the window holding it in place. The window itself can still be removed but care must be taken when detaching the trim to avoid damage to the glass. This type of installation requires the services of a carpenter, or handyman. I do not provide trim work but am happy to consult with the contractor you hire.
Corn Maiden Door Permanent Installation
The door is caulked on both sides to provide a permanent weather tight seal. The trim provided by the door (or window) manufacturer is then secured around the opening holding the glass in place. While this can be removed it is not advised. Caulk can be difficult to cut out once it has hardened. Additionally, you will leave a gaping hole in the door or window that will have to be replaced by something.