To explain edge color of a table top or counter it’s important remember that when looking through a piece of Onami Crystal textured starfire glass the “color” of the glass is the result of it’s thickness. However the color of the edge is determined by the length and the width of the glass
Below are three pictures of the same piece of 1/2” thick Onami Crystal with pencil polished edges and 25 cent radiused corners. Each were taken in natural light but from a slightly different perspective.
As you can see the intensity or saturation of the edge color changes as the point of view of the camera to the edge changes.
Different types of light will effect the edge color. However in most environments there are a combination of light sources available and these sources are dynamic in that they are never truly constant. Though the edge of Onami textured starfire glass has “color” the intensity of the “color” is determined by relationship of the glass to the light to the point of view of the viewer. Alter one element and the amount of color will appear to be different. Lighter, darker etc. and in some instances almost white.