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s-bguzikThu Mar-30-17 07:44 PM
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#54858, "Dining Saloon Pattern"


          

I am wondering if anyone has or knows the plans for the first class dining saloons stained glass windows. Details such as dimensions glass color glass thickness etc.. I am looking into making one of my own but I need to see just how feasible this would really be.

Thank you,

Brady Guzik

  

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RE: Dining Saloon Pattern, Titanic5972, Mar 30th 2017, #1
RE: Dining Saloon Pattern, s-bguzik, Mar 31st 2017, #2
      RE: Dining Saloon Pattern, Titanic5972, Mar 31st 2017, #3
           RE: Dining Saloon Pattern, s-bguzik, Apr 03rd 2017, #4
                RE: Dining Saloon Pattern, Titanic5972, Apr 04th 2017, #5
                     RE: Dining Saloon Pattern, s-bguzik, Apr 05th 2017, #6
                          RE: Dining Saloon Pattern, Titanic5972, Apr 05th 2017, #7

Titanic5972Thu Mar-30-17 09:51 PM
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#54860, "RE: Dining Saloon Pattern"
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This is from the Titanic: Salvaging and Preserving a legend Facebook page.
21" x 49" I believe was the correct size for these windows. Volume 2 of the Ship Magnificent will give you the correct dimensions. I don't have my copy to hand at the moment.




Regards, Ryan

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s-bguzikFri Mar-31-17 07:48 AM
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#54863, "RE: Dining Saloon Pattern"
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Thanks for the fast response! Do you happen to know what colors were used? I have looked at honor and glory aswell as wreck photos but I'm still unsure.

Thank You,

Brady Guzik,

  

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Titanic5972Fri Mar-31-17 11:39 PM
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#54865, "RE: Dining Saloon Pattern"
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As far as I'm aware they were not coloured. I will check my Ship Magnificent books soon to confirm that.

Regards, Ryan

  

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s-bguzikMon Apr-03-17 10:16 AM
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#54876, "RE: Dining Saloon Pattern"
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Assuming the windows were not colored wouldn't they have to be at least fogged glass to prevent people seeing the portholes and linolite?

Thank you,

Brady Guzik

  

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Titanic5972Tue Apr-04-17 04:16 AM
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#54882, "RE: Dining Saloon Pattern"
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Yes indeed. They were frosted. There were lights behind them so they could be lit at night, so the windows were frosted to allow the light to diffuse across the whole surface.

Regards, Ryan

  

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s-bguzikWed Apr-05-17 06:42 AM
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#54896, "RE: Dining Saloon Pattern"
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Do you know if the glass was just foggy from an applied texture or more "cloudy" from a pigment in the glass itself like the reception room. Like was it close to some fogged staircase windows or dyed white? Thanks for the help! I am currently trying to get these details right since I am considering making a replica window in my garage!

Thank You,
Brady Guzik

  

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Titanic5972Wed Apr-05-17 11:56 PM
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#54905, "RE: Dining Saloon Pattern"
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The Ship Magnificent says that "The light was diffused over the whole surface of the glass through 'Luxfer' prismatic panes". Doesn't go into anymore detail than that I'm afraid.

Regards, Ryan

  

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