The Old World Colonial Light Restoration window glass is crafted using the blown cylinder method. A glassmaker begins by collecting molten glass on the end of a blowpipe. The glassblower then forces air through the pipe and blows the hot glass into a cylindrical mold. Once formed, this tube of glass is swung by hand in large pits to facilitate elongation. The glass is then placed into a kiln where it is split and reheated to flatness. After, it is ready to be cut and used as sheet glass. The ‘Light Restoration’ boasts an authentic waviness with light surface distortions, including subtle cords and occasional bubbles.
Mouth blown glass
USA Historical Period
Very light cords
Due to the nature of mouth blown glass, each sheet will vary in size. The maximum size that can be achieved is approximately 36” x 36”
Cut to size
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