Stained glass manufacturing technique created in XIX century in USA, named after its creator Louis Comfort Tiffany. This method consist on wrapping the pieces of glass with copper foil and soldering them together along the length of the seams. Copper foil ise used as an alternative to lead, allows to assembly smaler and more irregular pieces of glass. Mostly used for lampshades and 3D objects, however it's also a perfect solution for full-size glazings - windows or door inserts.
Tiffany's style lamp
Tiffany's stained glass window with landscape.