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January 28, 2013

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Harriet Rincon

I was fortunate enough to discover the Kokomo Opalescent Glass Co. shartly after my husband died when I was hoping to have ten hanging lights designed for the nave and sanctuary of our church in his memory.

Because of my discovery, I was able to proceed with my plans. I thoroughly enjoyed selecting the glass (quite a challenge since there were literally hundreds of colors and patterns from which to choose). However, I spoke with one of the employees about my color preferences when I made the appointment, and she had narrowed down the choices prior to my arrival.

I am absolutely thrilled with the light fixtures! It is with such pride that I tell people that the glass panels were made by the oldest opalescent glass company in the country - and that the Kokomo Opalescent Glass Company made stained glass for the Tiffany Studio many years ago!

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