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Watch as a medieval stained glass panel in our collection is reproduced using centuries-old techniques. The original Entry into Jerusalem panel came from the choir windows in Erfurt Cathedral in eastern Germany, and was part of a scene dedicated to the Passion of Christ.Process: Drawing a cartoon template: 00:10Cutting glass to size: 00:44Making paint using metallic oxides and ground glass: 01:01Marking outlines onto glass: 01:13Matting: 01:21Stippling: 01:29Scraping paint with a needle: 01:45Heating glass in a kiln: 01:52Applying silver stain to back of glass: 01:56Joining glass together using lead: 02:27Applying glazing cement to panel: 03:02Spreading whiting over panel: 03:18Find out more about this object in Explore the Collections: https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O66652/entry-into-jerusalem-panel-unknown/Read more about stained glass in our book: https://www.vam.ac.uk/shop/medieval-and-renaissance-stained-glass-in-the-victoria-and-albert-museum-63629.html