This window panel can be a great conversation piece. It consists of vintageware, such as a saucer, relish dish, an appetizer tray, a salt server, canning lids, and a knife. These pieces were manufactured between 1882 and the 1940s.
The relish dish, which is shaped like a leaf, was used to serve relish at the dinner table. The tray with handles is an appetizer dish that was manufactures by the Jeannette Glass Company. The saucer is called "Cape Cod'', and it was manufactured by the Imperial Glass Company. The glass knife was a popular kitchen tool back in the day, since metal knives had a tendency to leave a metallic taste on some types of food. This glass panel would be a great piece to hang by the window, as it casts sparkles when hit by sunlight.
I made this piece by creating a frame using textured glass and framing it with zinc, which is a durable material. The item ships with a chain and a pair of hooks for mounting. The entire piece measures 22.5''x12.5''.