Amber glass is one of the most common hues for colored glass containers. Amber glass is made by mixing sulfur, iron, and carbon into the base glass formula. It became extensively manufactured in the 19th century, and is still extremely popular today. Amber glass is particularly useful when your product is light sensitive. The amber color absorbs harmful UV wavelengths, protecting your product from light damage. Because of this, amber colored glass is often used for beer, certain drugs, and essential oils. (source: Rachel Hanson)
I love the look of amber glass. I think it looks great when used in either the kitchen or bath. It has a “classiness” to it that is very timeless. The look works well with modern design, traditional as well as country farmhouse so you really can’t go wrong with it.
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