Glazier Points

A type of glass stop, glazier points keep glass in a sash or wood frame and are commonly used in picture and mirror framing. Glazier points usually are flat pieces of metal, with a point on one end that wedges into the frame, and two small bits that sit at a 90-degree angle to create a ledge behind which the glass sits, keeping it flush to the frame.

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