Youghiogheny Lime Green, Emerald And White Reproduction

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 6" x 6" $3.95 USD
medium 12" x 12" $14.95
large 18" x 24" $44.75

Item# Y1431RG
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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.

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

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Pros : It's beautiful glass, there is a little more white in mine but I assume they can't make every sheet the same
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Pros : Ever since using this glass for water lily pads, I now keep at least 3 pieces in my stock. (Note: I create mosaics, not stained glass). When held to the light, the light green portion allows light giving a nice contrast to the dark sections.
Cons : NONE - even with the mottling and uneven texture it cuts easily
Other Thoughts : Best to buy in person if possible. I've received perfect pieces and then times were the greens are blurred rather than mottled and have to use them for other nature scenes. Also good for turtles, frogs, lizards, and alligators if you like to create animal scenes.
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  •   Just Beautiful!
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Pros : This glass is GORGEOUS!
Cons : The online sample from which I ordered showed an evenly mottled glass with relatively uniform color. The mottled portion (which I needed for leaves) was not represented in the majority of the order. There were large portions of white and sections that would be more accurately described as streaky rather than mottled. See the samples I uploaded for a more accurate example of the glass sheets that I received. Each represents one square foot (12 inch x12 inch) tile. Still, the glass is absolutely beautiful. You should be aware when ordering, however, that the pattern is not uniformly mottled or colored.
Other Thoughts : Imagine your life as you wish it to be and those thoughts will manifest in your reality.
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