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Our striking 42" tall Tiffany inspired Magnolia Blossoms Art Glass Panel is hand made in the USA with a color palette of Green and Pinks. Ht: 42" W: 10.25". On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of tempered glass giving each panel unique aspects of both color and texture. The glass is then framed with a patinated metal came and comes complete with mounting chains. Because of its size, the Magnolia Blossoms glass panel can be purchased ONLY for shipment within the contiguous United States. Air Shipment and Gift Wrap are NOT available on this item.
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