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SPECTACULAR GREEN GLASS PANELS RECLAIMED FROM CENTRAL LONDON HEADQUARTERS

PRODUCT ID: ROLLY1

Extremely attractive, versatile and rare, we have acquired a large amount of these glass panes. The wonderfully textured pieces were removed from a building in St James's Square, Central London, (unfortunately due to legal reasons we are not at liberty to reveal the exact company building).

The glass has a tint of green come in 2 different moulded patterns which were intended to be teamed together by placing the panes on top of each other.  When light passes through the panes the result is striking. 

The panes with vertical lines have more transparency whilst the other "spaghetti" pattern offers a slightly more frosted finish providing more opacity. When placed together they offer a very attractive glazed piece to offer privacy and the saturation of the green is intensified.

The pieces are of supreme quality and are formed from glass making them suitable to be used in either an internal or external space.

The pieces were originally used to screen off and divide rooms in the reception and offices of the HQ centre.

We do also have some taller pieces available and some thicker pieces that incorporate both patterns combined in one single pane: Thicker Panes of this Glass

Although originally commissioned to be placed together, we are selling the glazed pieces separately. 

Price per single piece.

Overall Dimensions

131cm  x 70cm x 1cm depth

Dimensions are approximate

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