Our design department cooperating with decorative glass workshop is more than specialized in production of stained glass artworks. We make stained glass with 3 different technologies - classic, the so-called tiffany and fusing. Once the glass is cut and painted, the pieces are assembled by slotting them into H-sectioned lead cames. All the joints are then soldered together and the glass pieces are prevented from rattling and the window made weatherproof by forcing a soft oily cement or mastic between the glass and the cames. In modern windows, copper foil is now used instead of lead.
Stained glass ordering procedure is as follows: first, the client provides the picture of the required pattern, if possible, or describes it as much as possible, next our designers visit the premises to take measurements, to get an idea about the work and to decide which technology should be applied. Digital maquette of the stained glass artwork is then sent to the client for confirmation. After getting it the production begins.
Different glass pieces are cut according to the design, stuck to each other with the help of a copper foil or lead, and then, depending on the place it will be applied, the final product can be installed in an insulated glass unit for waterproofing or sound and heat insulation.
To produce decorative glass with fusing technology, glass pieces are heated in the kiln 593°C-816°C: Depending on the heating temperature and glass type, our designers achieve various effects and interesting reliefs on glass.
While the precise origins of glass fusing techniques are not known with certainty, there is archeological evidence that the Egyptians were familiar with techniques 2000 BC.
Fusing began to regain popularity in the early part of the 20th century.
Using high quality European materials, moulds and kiln we produce long-lasting original glass items, which gives the environment stunning look.