decorative glass

decorative glass

Embossing and sandblasting techniques create a subtle form of ornamentation. Etching and beveling are also used to create ornamentation in glass.
See also: Glass
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As soon as you enter the bar the warmth of the wood and the colourful lights from the decorative glass paintings of rock music figures make an impression.
The app can be used to view and compare lacquered (20 colors) and textured (30 colors) decorative glass in a variety of interiors reflecting five environments (urban, lounge, cocoon, nature and chic minimalist).
Other finds included the gilded silver neck of a wooden drinking vessel used for wine, and decorative glass beakers.
The value of pigment preparations extend to other consumer areas too, for example, through metallic effects for decorative glass, computers, smartphones, motorbikes, mountainbikes and helmets.
AIG also distributes a range of mirror, decorative glass and other specialty glazing solutions to the glass trade and millwork industry.
These attractive doors typically have some type of decorative glass for aesthetics and for light in the garage.
Decorative glass skulls, pack of four (above), PS18, and pumpkin spider tinsel wreath (right), PS18, John Lewis
John Lewis' Halloween range includes: Pre-lit Halloween tree (60cm), PS22; Decorative glass skulls (pack of four), PS18; Halloween sequin bat hanging decoration, PS2.50; Pols Potten drip candlesticks, PS72-PS150; Premier Decorations lit tombstone with sound (60cm), PS40; Premier Decorations 'Day of the Dead' plaque (30cm), PS12, John Lewis
"So many things are possible with this computer technology, which I'm trying to bring to the decorative glass market," he said.
Set within 43 acres of parkland, the house has carved, oakpanelled rooms, decorative glass, tiles and period furnishings inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement.