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White Stained Glass.pngOrange Stained Glass.pngMagenta Stained Glass.pngLight Blue Stained Glass.pngYellow Stained Glass.pngLime Stained Glass.pngPink Stained Glass.pngGray Stained Glass.pngLight Gray Stained Glass.pngCyan Stained Glass.pngPurple Stained Glass.pngBlue Stained Glass.pngBrown Stained Glass.pngGreen Stained Glass.pngRed Stained Glass.pngBlack Stained Glass.png




Blast resistance



Any tool




Yes (64)





Data values

Glass: dec: 20 hex: 14 bin: 10100
Stained Glass: dec: 241 hex: F1 bin: 11110001


See § Data values

Duncan Geere Mojang avatar.png Glass, you see, can't be broken with regular tools in Minecraft. Well, not without it shattering into a million tiny, invisible shards. Any experienced builder will always cook up more glass than they need for this exact reason - the tiniest slip and you'll have to make a lengthy trip back to the desert for more sand.
Duncan Geere[1]

Glass is a decorative fully transparent block, which can be dyed into stained glass.


Glass will drop itself only if it is broken with a tool enchanted with Silk Touch; otherwise, it will drop nothing.

Block Glass
Hardness 0.3
Breaking time
Hand 0.45


Ingredients Crafting recipe
Glass +
Matching Dye


Ingredients Smelting recipe
Sand or
Red Sand +
Any fuel


Villager librarians will trade 3 to 5 glass for 1 emerald as part of their tier 3 trades.

Natural generation[edit]

Magenta stained glass naturally generates as windows in end cities.

A secret room containing glass can be found inside woodland mansions.


Most blocks that require placement on a solid block cannot be placed on glass or stained glass. The only exceptions are torches and redstone torches, which can be placed on top of glass, but not attached to their sides.‌[Java and Legacy Console editions only]

Glass blocks adjacent to other glass blocks are invisible when viewed through glass.

Crafting ingredient[edit]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Beacon Glass +
Nether Star +

Daylight Detector Glass +
Nether Quartz +
Any wood Slab

End Crystal Glass +
Eye of Ender +
Ghast Tear

Glass Bottle Glass
Glass Pane Glass
Hardened Glass Aluminum Oxide +
Glass +
Boron Trioxide
[Bedrock and Education editions only]
Hardened Stained Glass Aluminum Oxide +
Matching Stained Glass +
Boron Trioxide
[Bedrock and Education editions only]
Stained Glass Pane Matching Stained Glass

Data values[edit]


Java Edition:

Block Name ID
Glass glass
White Stained Glass white_stained_glass
Orange Stained Glass orange_stained_glass
Magenta Stained Glass magenta_stained_glass
Light Blue Stained Glass light_blue_stained_glass
Yellow Stained Glass yellow_stained_glass
Lime Stained Glass lime_stained_glass
Pink Stained Glass pink_stained_glass
Gray Stained Glass gray_stained_glass
Light Gray Stained Glass light_gray_stained_glass
Cyan Stained Glass cyan_stained_glass
Purple Stained Glass purple_stained_glass
Blue Stained Glass blue_stained_glass
Brown Stained Glass brown_stained_glass
Green Stained Glass green_stained_glass
Red Stained Glass red_stained_glass
Black Stained Glass black_stained_glass

Bedrock Edition:

Block Name ID Numeric ID
Glass glass 20
Stained Glass stained_glass 95

Block data[edit]

In Bedrock Edition, stained glass uses the following data values:

DV Description
0 White Stained Glass
1 Orange Stained Glass
2 Magenta Stained Glass
3 Light Blue Stained Glass
4 Yellow Stained Glass
5 Lime Stained Glass
6 Pink Stained Glass
7 Gray Stained Glass
8 Light Gray Stained Glass
9 Cyan Stained Glass
10 Purple Stained Glass
11 Blue Stained Glass
12 Brown Stained Glass
13 Green Stained Glass
14 Red Stained Glass
15 Black Stained Glass



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Please remove this notice once you've added suitable images to the article. The specific instructions are: "Tinted glass" should be renders, not invsprites, as these are low quality. Also, render glass, but with the back texture showins as it formerly appeared in Bedrock
Java Edition Classic
May 21, 2009Notch shows interest in adding glass as a purely aesthetic block.
0.0.19a Glass Revision 1.png Glass added to the game.
0.0.19a_06 Glass.png The texture of glass has now been changed.
Java Edition Alpha
v1.0.5 Snow will now no longer pass through glass.
August 19, 2010Notch considers hiring an artist to "make a nicer glass texture".
Java Edition Beta
1.5_01 Rain will now no longer fall through translucent blocks, including glass.
1.6 ?Water placed above glass will now create an infinite water source.
1.8 ?Glass is now used to craft glass panes.
Java Edition
1.0.0 Beta 1.9 Prerelease 2 Glass is now used to craft glass bottles.
Beta 1.9 Prerelease 3 Glass pillars have been added on top of strongholds.
Beta 1.9 Prerelease 4 Glass pillars have been now removed from the top of strongholds.
1.2.1 ?Redstone torches and normal torches can now be placed on top of glass, but not on the sides.
1.2.4 Glass can now be picked up with silk touch.
1.3.1 12w21a Librarian villagers will now sell 4–5 glass for 1 emerald.
1.4.2 12w36a Glass is now used to craft beacons.
12w38a New block breaking sound for glass has been added.
1.5 13w01a Glass is now used to craft daylight sensors.
1.7.2 13w41a Added stained glass, replacing the ID of locked chest (95).
Changed alphanumeric ID for block 95 from chest_locked_aprilfools_super_old_legacy_we_should_not_even_have_this to stained_glass.
13w42a Textures smoothed, transparency increased, back side is now no longer showing.
1.8 14w02a Librarian villagers will now sell 3–5 glass for 1 emerald.
14w18a Torches can now be placed on stained glass.
August 5, 2014Dinnerbone tweeted a picture showing Stained glass changing the color of a beacon beam.
14w32a Beacon beams will now change color when shining through stained glass.
1.9 15w31a Magenta stained glass will now naturally generate as windows in end cities.
15w44b Glass is now used to craft end crystals.
1.11 16w39a Glass will now generate in woodland mansions.
1.13 17w47a The different block states for the stained_glass ID have been split up into their own IDs.
Prior to The Flattening, this block's numeral ID was 20 and 95.
Upcoming Java Edition
1.14 18w43a Stained glass is now no longer used to craft stained glass panes.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.1.0 Added glass.
0.3.2 Glass is now used to craft glass panes.
?Survival players will now no longer have an infinite amount of glass in the inventory.
0.9.0 build 1 Smooth lighting from glass has now been removed.
0.10.0 build 1 Glass texture will now render only on the side of the block facing the player.
0.11.0 build 1 Water placed above glass will now create an infinite water source normally.
0.12.1 build 1 Glass is now used to craft glass bottles.
0.13.0 build 1 Glass is now used to craft daylight sensors.
0.16.0 build 1 Glass is now used to craft beacons.
Pocket Edition
1.0.0 alpha Glass is now used to craft end crystals.
Stained glass and stained glass panes have been added, but use the regular glass texture due to issues with the rendering engine.
Magenta stained glass will now generate in end cities.
1.0.4 alpha Librarian villagers will now sell 3-5 glass for 1 emerald.
1.1.0 alpha Glass will now generate in woodland mansions.
Bedrock Edition
?Things like torches, buttons, levers and other blocks can now be placed on the side of glass.
1.2.0 beta Stained glass will now have its own texture.
Stained glass is now available without the use of inventory editors and can now be crafted.
Stained glass will now no longer render through itself.
1.4.0 beta Glass and stained glass can now used to craft hardened glass and hardened stained glass, only with Education Edition features turned on.
Legacy Console Edition
TU1CU11.0Patch 1 Added glass.
TU25CU141.17 Added stained glass.
New Nintendo 3DS Edition
0.1.0 Added glass.
1.5.25 Added stained glass.


Issues relating to "Glass" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.


  • Before Stained Glass was added, there was a similar block named Tinted Glass in the April Fools version 2.0, which had the same use. The texture for the April Fools block was used before it was replaced.


See also[edit]


  1. "Block of the Week: Glass" –, December 05, 2017