These depression glass plates capture the sun as it makes its way through the day casting remarkably fun bits of light! Stained glass panels make wonderful replacements for fabric curtains or valances.
This is an original design utilizing the beautiful Bubble pattern made by the Anchor Hocking Glass Company between 1930 - 1970. The centerpieces are deeply textured with round "bubbles" making dancing light patterns as they are caught by the sun. The wavy edge outline of the plates is captured, and the rich ruby red of the framing glass enhances the red bubbles of the plates. It measures approximately 20 x 12, and there are rings attached for hanging horizontally or vertically.
The vintage feel of the transom is continued with the cabochon and decorative solder accents.
Made in Satsuma, FL
All of our products are handmade
by expert makers.
I love this piece. It matches in my guest room perfectly. Lin was very kind to keep in touch with me throughout the whole process. She let me know when it was shipped also, and gave me the tracking info so I could keep up. Thank you so much for my new "pride and joy" piece.