Acid Etched and Brilliant Cut Glass

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Frequently Asked Questions A: Depending on the complexity of the piece, a single piece of acid-etched glass can take up to 2 weeks to complete, as R.S. Glass Design Limited uses traditional techniques to create each piece by hand. As a result, each piece is a unique piece of art in its right, even if it’s commission as part of a project. The actual processing time also depends on the current schedule of our workshop; for an accurate timescale,...

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Types of frosted glass

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Types of frosted glass

Frosted glass is widely used in a range of properties and interior design styles, from authentic traditional country pubs to contemporary offices. Though glass is typically chosen for its transparency, the contrast of translucent frosted glass can be used to generate interest on a single surface and add an extra layer of depth to the overall integrity of the design. Traditionally, frosted glass is created by eroding the surface of the glass panel...

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Types of Decorative Glass

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Types of Decorative Glass

Glass has been used as decoration since thousands of years ago, including evidence of early mirrors made from obsidian, a naturally formed volcanic glass. In modern times, glass has a wide range of applications, from glassware to jewellery and of course, glazing. Though plain glass panels are clean and used most often, there are also a wide variety of decorative glass panels which can add an extra layer of depth to the design of a door or window...

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History of Glass Etching

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History of Glass Etching

Though the earliest examples of decorative glass can be traced back to at least 3600 BC, the process of acid-etched glass is a fairly recent chapter in the history of glass-making. A: As the name suggests, acid-etching is a process which uses a strong acidic solution to corrode away the surface of the glass to create a frosted appearance. It’s a traditional method of crafting decorative glass; by carefully controlling the location...

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