Here's Eric holding up three potential choices for the green. One is the existing glass (the second sample) and the other three were contenders. During my research for a good green match, I contacted two suppliers, one of whom was able to provide what we thought would be a "perfect" match. After we removed the panel, we decided to try for a "better than perfect" match, and after visiting a third supplier, we were able to find a nice green glue chip glass that we agreed would be the winner. The color was a better match and the texture of the glue chip will provide the necessary privacy for the front entryway.
We were fortunate that the homeowner was able to retrieve all four pieces of the "petals". The larger one, below, was snapped off at the point.
Below, I've traced the existing petal onto the glass with a thin black Sharpie pen and am preparing to cut it using a pistol-grip cutter. Curiously enough, I discovered that each of the petals were slightly different shapes. The original creator of these panels apparently did not use a pattern for his or her creation. I love the idea of that!
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