Glass with a decorative pattern
glass that has a repeating shape embedded in it.
Patterned glass presents uneven surfaces with different impressed patterns.
Glass to which a pattern is applied by passing it while still soft between two rollers, one of which has a decorative pattern engraved on its surface.
Glass having a pattern impressed on one or both sides. Used extensively for diffusing light, privacy, bathrooms and decorative glazing. Sometimes called rolled. figured or obscure glass.
Opaque glass with 'swirl' design and textured finish, providing an obscured view.
Translucent patterned glass, manufactured by rolling heat-softened glass between embossed cylinders.
(also Rolled or Rough Rolled Glass) One type of rolled glass having a pattern impressed on one or both sides. Used extensively for light control and decorative glazing.
Glass that has a shape/pattern embedded in the glass.
glass that has a repeating shape embedded in the glass.
A type of rolled glass having a pattern impressed on one or both sides. Used extensively for light control, bath enclosures and decorative glazing. Sometimes call "rolled," "figured," or "obscure" glass.
Sheet glass used in decorative doors, windows, lighting fixtures, etc. and can be created by etching, sandblasting or pressing, on one or both sides.