Flashed glass is created when a base pane of glass is dipped into a vat of hot glass in a contrasting color. This causes a thin layer of the contrasting glass to be desposited onto the surface of base piece. The piece of glass is then carved or blown into its final form. This Victorian era window features an elaborate urn and scoll work design with several bands of floriated scrollwork; intricate and beautiful in a rich ruby hue.
Measures 56.5 x 1.75 x 34.