Spectrum®

Artique®

A scribed "antique" transparent glass family, alive with the surface striations characteristic of mouthblown sheet glass. Artíque unites brilliant surface characteristics, delicate light refract...

Baroque™

A "reamy" glass, produced by combining glasses of mis-matched compositions. The different glasses "oppose" each other when they are stirred together, creating artistic 3-D swirls. A Spectrum exclu...

Clear Textures

Texture is the personality of art glass, suggesting dimension, depth and contrast. In clear glass, texture is also useful for achieving varying degrees of privacy, while adding elegance and richne...

Irids

A thin layer of metallic crystal has been bonded to these glasses during sheet forming, creating a colorful, shimmering surface effect. In System 96® fusible glasses (indicated by the “SF” suffix)...

Opalescent

One or more transparent glasses combined with white opalescent (opal) glass to create a variegated, multi-colored sheet. Available with varying degrees of light transmission categorized as Wispy, ...

Pearl Opal Art Mix

Stunning multi-color blends with the unmistakably luminescent Pearl glow that is further enhanced with the subtle Corsica texturing. A Spectrum exclusive.

SilverCoats™

Unique art glass products with a bright, reflective silver-coat to one side — perfect for projects that demand brilliance. A Spectrum exclusive.

Solid Opalescent

Solid color, opalescent glasses. These non-variegated products are highly reflective in nature and thus especially popular for mosaic and mural application. With natural or artificial, backlightin...

Transparent and Cathedral

Transparent glasses boast their color in all manner of transmitted light. These simple glasses are the foundation of traditional glasswork, and are available in a selection of color and texture th...

Waterglass®

Transparent colors with a natural surface texture created by stretching the hot glass sheet while it is still in a pliable state. The result is gentle, rolling waves that resemble the surface of a...