Youghiogheny Marigold And White Opal High Strike Mottle

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 12" x 12" $15.85 USD
large 18" x 24" $47.45

Item# Y5501HS
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Product Features

  • Mottled glass is great for creating depth and shadows
  • Good for stained glass and mosaic projects
  • Premium handmade glass

Product Description

Youghiogheny's High Strike glass is a traditional mottled art glass. High strike glass includes mostly one or two color mixes. 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 backlit, second image shows glass unlit.

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

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  •   Marigold Yogi.
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Pros : Elegant design. Excellent light transmission. Spring like colors. Mottling apparent but not overwhelming. Smooth cutting surface seemed coated to the cutting wheel. Still cut cleanly without issues.
Cons : My sheets (5) were more orange-red /yellow than the gold /yellow... still drop dead gorgeous color combinations.
Other Thoughts : Glass clearly has two potential presentation sides. One side a much lighter, whispy color combination and somewhat wavy/rough texture... may prove to be an interesting presentation face... probably a challenging side to cut unless you have use a saw. This Yougi. glass is outstanding.
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  •   TRULY MARIGOLD!
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Pros : Color in the picture is a match - this is absolutely the most beautiful glass! I have ordered this glass several times, & each sheet is the same. Little white, almost completely marigold, with the white blended in. Good color, good light transmission, & can be used for stained glass or mosaic, as well.
Cons : It is a special order - but the wait is worth it.
Other Thoughts : Cuts well. Mottling is apparent, but not obvious or overpowering
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