This classic stained glass transom panel is simple and timeless, featuring a variety of slag glass set into a clear textured glass backdrop. This will let a lot of light into a room but also allow privacy, perfect for a bathroom. The center shield has an attractive deep green, blue, and amber slag glass criss-crossed with a pink and white stripe, also of slag glass. The chevron shapes that are flanking the shield have a distinctly Art Deco feel, in amber and pink tones. The green border is a nice contrast to all of this. Slag glass, also known as marble glass or malachite glass, is a type of opaque, streaked pressed glass. Production of slag glass originated in late-19th-century England, where glass manufacturers are thought to have added slag from iron-smelting works to molten glass to create a range of effects—from tortoiseshell to marbling. The variations in color and depth that slag glass provides make this style of glass ideal for windows and lamps, providing privacy in windows yet allowing light into rooms.
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