The Making of the Glencairn Methuselah Window: Page 60

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partly dried. Think glass ought to have the mixture just mentioned put around outside edges to soften the glass into the lead line

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Back mix 3 parts Modelling Clay Backing
and 1 part Golden Texture

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Color for back 3 parts MCB / 1 GT
Mixed with fat oil – not real shiny would be best – dilute and grind it with ordinary turpentine dries very quickly. Bristle brush scraped on palette knife to get best results, color rather thickish <fig.18 brush striking palette knife>

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