Classic finishing technique
Modern decorative glazing for your entrance door.
Decorative glazing according to your wishes. Choose from artfully manufactured variants and truly unique pieces. You will always receive handcrafted workmanship and quality. Here you can see a selection of different finishing techniques. For a special, custom-made design please contact your expert adviser.
Genuine lead glazing Every leaded glass panel is triple glazed. The central motif pane consists of individual glass elements of varying colours and structures. These are bordered by handcrafted lead profiles, jointed and the intersection points carefully soldered on both sides.
Genuine Tiffany glazing The Tiffany glazing technique involves encasing individual glass pieces in thin copper foil and soldering these together like mosaic pieces to form a filigree motif panel with high stability. This handcrafted motif pane is protected within the interstices of the triple glazing.
Lead glass effect ornamentation Glass panes with lead glass effect ornamentation consist of handcrafted triple glazed panels. The central continuous pane is coated on one side with a light-resistant tinted film that is available in the colours grey, green, blue or red. Lead strips affixed to both sides of the pane emphasise the contours of the tinted fields.
Genuine bevelling Bevelling imparts spectacular shine to the glass. The glass edges are angled through a multi-stage grinding process, so that the light in this area refracts with greater intensity and creates wonderful light reflexes..
Genuine groove cutting Groove cutting produces interesting light effects in the glass. Delicate embellishments and contours are cut into the glass surface and polished during multiple processing steps in order to refract incidental light.
Glass and bevel cut stones Clear and coloured glass stones or bevel cut stones provide design highlights. The filigree appliqués are affixed to the motif pane with glass clear adhesives cured beneath ultraviolet light.
Glass rods Transparent glass rods give a modern and at the same time elegant look to sandblasted glass. The fligree applications focus incident light and create beautiful light reflexions. Glass rods are affixed to the frosted pane by a special adhesive.
Textured glass application Applications made of textured glass are real eyecatchers with sandblasted decorative glazing. Due to their highly structured surface they refract the incident light and thus create beautiful light reflexions in combination with frosted glass. The applications are affixed to the motif pane with special adhesives.
Hand-carved glass The manual processing with hammer and chisel leaves striking markings in the glass surface. Constantly varying shell-shaped surface structures are created, which splendidly refract the incoming beams of light. Each and every glass stone is unique with breathtaking light effects.
Pyramid stones Placed as highlights pyramid stones made of clear or coloured glass underline the prestigious look of frosted decorative glazing. Available in blue, red, green or clear these pyramid-shaped applications are affixed to the motif pane by a special adhesive.
Made with Swarovski Genuine SWAROWSKI ELEMENTS gemstones sparkle and glitter from within the glass like diamonds. They are comprised of exceptionally multifaceted cut-crystal glass, which reflects the incident light rays a hundredfold. Combined with frosted glass, the resulting decorative glazings are unsurpassed in their brilliance. ® Elements
Frosted glass Sandblasted glass panels captivate with their interplay of matt and transparent surfaces. During sandblasting the glass surface is roughened by silica sand under high pressure. This results in frosted motifs with the appearance of fine mist.
Genuine gold leaf Gold leaf applications give a touch of luxury and exclusiveness to frosted glass. With this finishing technique each pane is uniquely manufactured and in parts finely gold-plated by hand with genuine gold leaf. As soon as light falls onto these fine applications they have a warm golden shimmer.
Coloured glass motif Rich is contrast is the combination of frosted glass and eyecatching colour applications. With this technique sandblasted pane is coated with light-resistant colour foils available in grey, green, blue or red.
Fusing motif The fusing technique consists of placing numerous glass pieces of varying colours and shapes onto a continuous sheet of glass with which they are then melted or fused together. These distinctive pieces emerge with fine, relief-type surface structures and incredibly luminous colours.
Genuine cut stained glass motif Classic genuine cut stained glass motifs consist of handcrafted coloured glass with filigree motifs cut into the surface of the glass. Tiny bubbles and streaks are distinctive quality features of the glass panes available in blue, green or red.
Slumped glass In the slumping kiln, the glass pane is placed on a special mould, then heated and softened to a point that it deforms under the influence of gravity. The slumped glass pane maintains its transparency, its translucence, however, is slightly blurred by its slumped shape.
LED light effects Integrated into the glass LEDs create fascinating light effects. For glass with so-called "light spots" the LEDs seem to float across the pane because they are cordlessly and invisibly powered by a conductive coating of the pane. "Light bands" with many tiny LEDs along the edge bond discreetly illuminate the frosted areas of sandblasted glazings from within.