Youghiogheny Emerald Green And Orange Red High Strike Mottle

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 6" x 6" $6.25 USD
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medium 12" x 12" $19.95
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large 18" x 24" $59.95
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Item# Y4009HS
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Product Features

  • Use mottled glass to create a realistic effect in natural scenes
  • Premium handmade glass - each sheet is unique
  • Good for stained glass and mosaic projects

Product Description

Youghiogheny's mottled glass features organic patterns originally developed in the Tiffany era to simulate naturalistic qualities of light, shade and volume. Use in your projects to create an incredibly rich and realistic effect in nature scenes.

Youghiogheny glass is popular among glass artists for its uncompromising quality and unique colors created by mixing artistry with technology. It recreates the magnificence of nature's palate.

The first image is shown unlit, second image shows glass backlit. Third image shows comparison between small and medium sizes.

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

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Pros :
Cons : one of the 12x12 sheets had a big red blob of color in the middle which will make it hard to use for the purpose intended
Other Thoughts : I've never bought glass sight unseen before but since moving the area I live in doesn't have a stained glass store with a good selection of glass. I will be traveling to the nearest store with a good selection to make sure I get glass that is appropriate for the project it is intended for.
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  •   Excellent for Fall Foliage
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Pros : Contrary to the first review, I found this glass to be awesome for creating Fall Foliage such as trees on a peninsula beside a lighthouse. The various shades of red, amber and green mixed with the speckled mottling mimicked the irregular natural form of a forest dressed in Fall apparel.
Cons : My only complaint with this glass is in uniform with other mottled glass in that it is soft to cut, therefore breaks easily. I had to be careful on long cuts to avoid breakage. In fact, the first shipment was in pieces. Once I settled down and used a gentle touch, the outcome was exactly what I was wanting.
Other Thoughts : I mixed this with avocado green mottled Y4300HS, emerald green mottled Y4004HS and smoky amber stippled for which I did not have a catalog number. Combining these four types of glass created a forest scene that appears very close to reality. Otherwise, Delphi would do well to make another picture for the web site and catalog. I agree with the first review that this picture does not favor the real thing, which is actually much more attractive.
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