They filed out beneath the stained-glass windows depicting the patron saint of beekeepers and candle makers.
The cars had plush green upholstery and stained-glass windows and were faster and cheaper than a horse-and-buggy.
The rich colors—like something removed from a stained-glass window—were vivid and magnetic.
It was a large room, with a groined roof like a church, and stained-glass windows at either side.
The eyebrows of the stained-glass man twitched; he twisted his moustache.
The opinions of most civilians on the War were as agreeable as stained-glass windows.
His eyes sought the stained-glass window he had put in to the memory of his wife.
The evening light was subdued as it shone through the stained-glass windows.
Could it be that they were about to repair the stained-glass panes?
When he came this morning for a sitting he looked more like a pale martyr in a stained-glass window than a flesh-and-blood man.