Trinity Glass

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Leadlighting and stained glass are one of the oldest crafts in the world.

They began as a means to piece together the small fragments of glass that were made to create a covering in window openings. These began to morph into pieces of art as craftsmen began to paint and fire the stains onto the glass. Trinity classes will teach you how to make a small leadlight or copperfoil piece, you can choose what design you would like and they will guide you. Check out the student gallery to see what can be achieved. The most important thing is that you have fun creating and learning. 2022 classes are booked out. Register your interest for 2023!



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Trinity Glass


207 Fitzgerald Avenue
Christchurch Central City


03 366 1462

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