The “Transmitted Color” is the color you see in a clear piece of glass when you can actually see through the glass. The “Reflected Color” is the color you see in a clear or opaque piece of glass when the light bounces off of the surface of the glass. Most of our colors are listed with its Transmission Colors then its Reflections Color. For example “Blue/Gold” will be Blue in transmission and Gold in reflection. If we coated a black/opaque sheet with Blue/Gold, you would only see its reflection of Gold (Yet, it is still called Blue/Gold).