These glass panels are flat, rather than being slumped into molds. They are intended solely as artwork and will need a stand of some sort. They can be leaned against a window, set in a plate stand, held slightly off the wall with special glass mounts (Bullseyeglass.com), or you can design your own display method.
Pieces with transparent glass tend to need a light source behind them while opaque glass is better with front lighting. Generally the pieces have surface texture and often there is a variation in thickness across the piece.
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