Kokomo Brown And Amber Old Mississippi

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 8" x 16" $11.65 USD
large 16" x 16" $23.25

Item# K172MS
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Product Features

  • Texture provides privacy
  • Consistent pattern and texture
  • Exceptional light transmission


Product Description


Founded in 1888, Kokomo Opalescent Glass Company is the oldest art glass manufacturer in the United States. The unique and beautiful colors attract attention immediately. A favorite of top studios and artists, Kokomo glass is the same high-quality glass used famously by Tiffany. Featuring magnificent colors and textures Kokomo glass is excellent for both hobbyists and professionals. This glass is certain to add depth and character to your glass art.

Textured glass is a great way to add interest to cabinets or the background of any project. 

Glass swatches are a 2" square to better show detail. 

Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.

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