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  • Mahlea Long

    recycled bottle and serving dish stained glass window

  • Mary Gallagher

    Recycled glass bottle window - This "Green Bottoms" window is installed in a home on Simmons Island, GA. To personalize the window, the client requested the inclusion of "sea glass" they found at the local beach. The addition of greenish blue plate fragments and jewels in the border give the window's color range an ocean feel. Daniel Maher Stained Glass, Somerville, MA. Restoration and custom work. www.dmstainedglass.com

  • Jill Brantz

    Recycled glass stained glass: the bottoms of bottles and old glass serving dishes are used to make windows. Beautiful!

  • OH MY SUZIE "Q"

    Stained glass from old bottles and dishes

  • David Smith

    Recycled glass bottle window. Beautiful for a front door? Stained glass alternativem

  • Charla's artistsoul

    This "Green Bottoms" window is installed in a home on Simmons Island, GA. To personalize the window, the client requested the inclusion of "sea glass" they found at the local beach. Made from recycled wine bottle bottoms, stemware bases, plate fragments and glass jewels. (Daniel Maher Stained Glass, Somerville, MA.)

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