Pebbled chicken wire glass adds a hint of privacy to rooms while still allowing light to stream through.
Chicken wire glass was invented as a safety measure during the Industrial Revolution. Factory windows were susceptible to shattering because of the heat and vibrations produced by thrumming of machines. The panes were often used overhead since the mesh prevented shards of glass from clattering down on those below.
We source our panes from schoolhouses, factories, and other buildings that required superior strength. Whether you use it for windows or partitions, it always adds a nostalgic touch.
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