This is a textured glass pane out of a 24 pane, 10 foot tall church window. The church was built in the late 1800's in the small town of Greenfield, TN. I have searched the internet to try to find what the style is called but I have not been successful. The edges of the glass are not straight and some edges are very jagged (as the one I have included in the pictures). Appears they were hand cut. There are small bubbles randomly throughout the glass as if it were hand blown. One side of the glass is smooth with slight waves and the other is bumpy. I appreciate any help as to figuring out the uniqueness and value of this type of glass. Thank You, Emily Pate
It seems to me that the window pane itself would only have much value to someone looking to restore some antique stained glass and it happened to match the color/texture that they were looking for when repairing an old window. Glass, similar to what you describe, is still being manufactured for stained glass artists.
Well I have thought about coloring it, but I figured I had better check it out before I went and de-valued it (if it in fact had any value). Thank you for your reply. I have not had much luck finding anything out about it.