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arts and crafts window

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arts and crafts window

385.00

Arts and Crafts window featuring a pink and yellow flower.

29" tall x 16" wide (smaller window as shown)

AA# 43986

1 available

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Prairie style windows typically feature a mixture of clear glass and art glass in geometric designs that emphasize verticality. They also typically feature designs of nature. These windows feature a mixture of pink and cream slag glass (or marble glass), and green and yellow textured glass. During the Arts and Crafts period, most manufacturers were probably using slag glass, however, the term was used casually to refer to almost any type of pressed opaque glass containing swirls or streaks. Textured glass is made by rolling an embossed roller over the glass. Textured glass gives the objects a more realistic look. Hang these windows where light can shine through, and create uniquely shaped patterns and colors on the ground.