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Beveled, Carved and Ornamental Glass Terminology

When you're considering adding ornamental glass to your home decor, there are many options available for you. Glass artists can take plain glass and create unique designs with carving or etching. Glass art can be used in a variety of applications, such as ornaments, mirrors and furniture. Here are some terms to remember when buying glass objects.

  • Beveled Glass - Thick glass that is cut at an angle around the edges. It can be made from plain or textured glass in any color. An ornament with a bevel cut creates a prism, or rainbow effect, when sunlight shines through it. A variety of items can be composed of beveled glass, from table tops to cabinet doors.
  • Stained Glass - A design composed of various pieces of cut glass dyed with metallic salts. Stained glass windows are often found in churches and come to life when sunlight shines through them.
  • Etched Glass - A method of decorating glass, using acidic or abrasive substances. Etching makes it possible to personalize glass objects, such as ornaments or boxes, with special messages or names.
  • Carved Glass - Glass that is cut instead of blown. Glass carvers may form simple designs, or complex personalized sculptures. They use diamond saws or abrasive wheels to form the glass into desired shapes.
  • Bevel Cluster - A collection of beveled glass pieces arranged to form a design. Bevel clusters form hearts, diamonds and various other shapes. Mirrors may be incorporated in the designs.
  • Tempered Glass - Also called safety glass, this glass is made to break into small pebbles. It is used when standard glass could pose a danger, but is not as strong as regular glass.
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    Athletic Awards
    817 Republican St, Seattle, WA 98109
    At Athletic Awards Co., we have a huge selection of trophies and awards for sports teams and players, corporate gifts and awards, and promotional items for customer appreciation and giveaways.
    (206) 624-3995
    411 Creative Glass
    2206 30th Ave Se, Puyallup, WA 98374
    We carve glass into vases & candle holders for the home. We personalize glass & drink ware by engraving monograms for your special occasions. Call us for your glass engraving, gift-giving needs.
    (253) 970-6021
    Glitter and Ivy-Sissy in Seattle
    906 First Street, Snohomish, WA 98290
    We are proud to stock the most complete collection of Christopher Radko ornaments on the web. Experience shopping with one of the leading Radko retailers in the USA!
    (360) 863-0251
    Km Glass Fusion
    4109 259th Ave Se, Issaquah, WA 98029
    (425) 890-3068
    Moravia IT Inc
    4122 Factoria Blvd Se, Bellevue, WA 98006
    (425) 505-2020
    Wish-Poosh
    16501 Ne 27th St, Bellevue, WA 98008
    (206) 940-5701
    Blue Dog Glass Art Inc
    29304 168th Ave Se, Kent, WA 98042
    (253) 631-1502
    Jax Stained Glass
    12727 Northup Way Ste 5, Bellevue, WA 98005
    (425) 562-9440
    Glassworks Inc
    927 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
    (206) 441-4268
    Purple Slug Glass Art Lic
    3005 18th St Se, Auburn, WA 98092
    (253) 929-8410
    Barone Engraving & Engraving
    1907 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
    (206) 621-7810
    Mercurial Arts
    10034 3rd Ave Sw, Seattle, WA 98146
    (206) 953-7832
    Cascade Glass Co
    151 Nickerson St, Seattle, WA 98109
    (206) 284-1100
    Glacia Nova
    1002 15th St Sw Ste 100, Auburn, WA 98001
    (253) 804-2523
    Peter David Studio Inc
    509 Minor Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
    (206) 547-2868


    Beveled, carved, and ornamental glass is desirable for many uses, from table tops to decorative mirrors. Prettier than standard glass, this type lends an added dimension to any piece of art, furniture, mirror, or other d├ęcor item. They can be contemporary or modern in style, or classic and antique. Vintage lamps, coffee table tops, doors, light posts, and even stained glass windows can be included in this category. This type of glass can be hand crafted or mass produced. It may feature various patterns, designs, styles, and colors as well. Crafters use special tools, such as etching and cutting tools. Beveled glass involves clear glass, with the addition of a bevel which creates prisms in the sunlight. This beautiful color diffraction offers a spectrum of colors that you just don't get with a normal pane of glass. Carved glass is usually done by hand, and involves abrasive blasting techniques that are needed to carefully carve elaborate designs into thick, clear glass. Layer after layer is slowly carved away from the reverse side until the desired effect is attained. Ornamental glass can refer to any glass that is decorative in nature, such as colored vases, door panels, and lamp shades. Hand blown glass sculpting is a related area that customers may see when out shopping for ornamental, carved, or beveled glass. Tempered, stained, decorated, and etched glass are all for sale by various stores, company vendors, and artists. Consumers who would like to purchase beveled, carved, or other ornamental glass products can head to a local gallery, online site, a mall, or an interior design shop, whether they're looking for a custom table top, mirror, or door.
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