EM 4907 Sage Green
Wissmach English Muffle Description
This type of cathedral glass with it's distinctive texture was very popular in Victorian and Edwardian works. With a high polish, and distinctive yet subtle patterns, the English Muffle pattern is a much sought after art glass. Easy to cut too.
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|Transparency Values Explained
Transparency of glass is measured by the level of Opacity. It is a measure how little light or how much light can pass through a sheet of glass. There are different levels of Transparency starting with Transparent styles and gradually increasing in Opacity to the more obscure Opalescent.
Transparent Products - Light can easily pass through these 100% transparent glasses since they don’t contain any opaque glass or other light blocking material, such as metallic flakes in Aventurine glasses. Formerly known as Cathedral Products.
Translucent Products - These mixed products are predominantly transparent glass with some opaque glass mixed in, allowing light to pass through in many or most areas.
Semi-Translucent Products - Predominantly opaque glass with some translucent glass mixed in, allowing less light to pass through the sheet or pass through in only small areas.
Opalescent Products - Glasses that are primarily or completely opaque, reflecting most light away but often featuring a luminescent glow when backlit depending on the specific product.