English Muffle Princess Blue

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 9" x 15" $7.95 USD
large 15" x 19" $15.85

Item# EM4909
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Product Features

  • English Muffle glass is great for restoration work
  • "Hammered" texture provides privacy without blocking light
  • Fantastic for backgrounds, traditional designs and more
  • Consistent pattern and texture

Product Description

Often used in Victorian designs, English Muffle texture glass is suitable for a variety of styles. This easy-cutting, machine rolled glass features traditional colors, highly refractive texture and crystalline quality. The multi-directional texture allows minimum waste. Wissmach glass often has rounded corners as shown in additional images. Glass pieces may include factory rolled edges.

First project from English Muffle Book of Designs by Peter Foster. Second project by artist Nancy Wiswell, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Third project by artist Carl Correll, from Delphi's online Artist Gallery. Fourth project by artist Daniel Schmitzer Jr., from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Princess pretty
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Pros : Very pretty color and texture. Easy to cut.
Cons : The last few times I have ordered English Muffle glass they have come scratched along the bottom. It seems to scratch pretty easily if not handled very carefully.
Other Thoughts : But having said that, only one time did I have to get it replaced. Customer service has always come through and handled any problem that has ever come up. Kudos to them! A few other times when a sheet was scratched it was so low on the bottom of the glass that it did not interfere. So I love the Muffles but they need to be handled carefully.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Love the Color
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Pros : Everthing - looks great
Cons : No Cons easy cut
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