Here’s half of the gate. That’s stained glass and cedar fenceboards framed in by 4×4 posts. It’ll be frame and panel construction. Now I need to figure out how much this thing will weigh. My astute neighbor pointed out that cedar loves to suck up water. So, while it’s nice and dry, it’ll weigh between 150 and 250 lbs, but when wet, it might double that. I’ll publish the pattern as a proper stained glass pattern once it has been adapted. It’s shamelessly ripped off from a reconstruction of “Miss Cranston’s Ingram Street Tearooms”, as cited in “Art Nouveau, 1890-1014″ by Paul Greenhalgh.