Need accurate wavy restoration antique window glass for your windows or cabinets?

Pioneer Glass offers restoration glass, otherwise known as antique glass, in many shapes and forms. Wavy restoration antique window glass emulates the waviness and occasional air bubbles that are part of true antique window glass.

For people in historic homes, wavy restoration antique window glass is ideal for windows in particular to keep with the character of the home. Our wavy restoration antique window glass service is available nationwide! No matter where you are based, Pioneer Glass can help meet your needs to provide period-specific restoration glass, so don’t hesitate to give us a call or e-mail us today!

Restoration glass can also be used in elements of period-style reproductions. Manufactured at the turn of the 20th century, Pioneer Glass offers Schott Glass, plus hand-blown wavy glass, based on historical window glasses from a variety of different eras. You can use this glass to replace window glass, and can also use it in furniture and display cases.

It’s not easy to find true wavy restoration antique window glass glass as every nuance is important. Schott provides the materials that architects, designers and home-owners need and are manufactured using the traditional Fourcalt process. Emile Fourcalt developed this process in the early 20th century and became the global standard of manufacturing flat glass.

There are many processing options available — laminated safety glass, coatings, insulating glass units, and more. It can also be provided with enhanced UV, solar or thermal protection. The glass can be secured overhead and resist burglary in addition to offering sound protection.

Restover mimics 20th century glass. With minimal thickness, it has no constraints on installation and can easily fit historical window frames and profiles. Restover-light glass is slightly less irregular, Restover-plus has a very irregular surface structure, resembling mouthblown glass. (Image:

Geotheglas is colorless, drawn glass characteristic of window glass from the 18th and 19th centuries. In addition to antique glass replacement, it can help protect against bad weather. Goetheglas can be used for windows, protective glazing, furniture, and display cases. (Image:

The crystal-like clarity of Artista glass emulates distorted glass of the 1600s through early 1700s. The 17th-century-era glass showcases the interior, making the space appear larger, bringing life and sparkle to the room. Use for either interior and exterior use: as a full pane, in stained glass or as a fused glass. (Image:

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An example of a wavy restoration window pane.

An example of a wavy restoration window pane.

If Schott glass is not ideal for your restoration glass needs, we also offer mouth-blown glass imported from Poland, either full or reamy. Full is short for full-antique, meaning it was mouth-blown and created as flat glass, while reamy means full-antique glass with a wavy irregular surface.

In the towns of Whitinsville, Northbridge, Blackstone, Douglas, Grafton, Hopedale, Manchaug, Millbury, Millville, Oxford, Sutton, Upton, Worcester and all the surrounding areas — plus anywhere in the United States — a great number of people benefit from our widespread array of restoration glass. No matter where you are based, our experts can efficiently assist you to meet your varied restoration glass needs with a modern, stylish finish. It’s a great way to decorate your home in a new pristine style that you deserve!


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Visit our showroom and view our four-sided shower enclosure on display, plus many other great glass products such as mirrors, patterned glass, and more! Our showroom is staffed by patient and knowledgable advisers should you seek advice.


We can give you as many options as you can handle in samples. We're happy to provide free estimates of all work, and will take precise measurements of the product and your space to ensure the perfect fit.


Call us today at (508) 234-7063 or send us an e-mail. Our showroom is located at 240 Church St., Whitinsville, MA 01588 – minutes from Rts. 90, 122, 146, and 290.