Acid Wash Glass
Acid Washing, also known as ‘French Embossing’ is a process invented in the Victorian era. It gives a frosted, etched finish in delicate tones of white and diffused shades and is capable of producing very intricate patterns. … It also afforded privacy as it is not easy to see through acid washed glass.
Plain glass is colorless and transparent. … Plain glass is colorless and transparent. Sheet glass is either drawn or float glass, the type usually used in household windows.
Metals such as cobalt, gold, manganese and others cause colors such as yellow, orange, red, blue, green and white in stained and colored glass.