St Pauls's was bombed during the Blitz in 1940. My customer's grandfather was a London firefighter, and when helping with the cleanup, picked up two pieces of stained glass. He asked if he could keep them, and was allowed to, as they were considered debris. His grandson brought them in for framing. He wanted a backlit box. Being an electrical contractor, he told me to send the box to his supplier, who figured out the best lighting, two LEDs. Here they are installed: I path traced the glass and mounted them slightly raised in the openings, held in with construction adhesive and black caulking to block the light leaking out around the edges. The final job looks dull with no lighting: But when the lights are on, spectacular: Customer picked up today. Very happy. Couldn't believe the brightness of the colors. We cut some vents into the back, but the LEDs are cool so far. The photos don't do justice to the impact, though. Especially if we turn off the lights. He's displaying it on an easel.