Specialty / Pattern Glass

We carry specialty patterned glass in varied sizes such as Antique, Autumn Leaf, Glue Chip, Reeded, and Smooth / Rough from several  manufacturers, which will enhance any application your customer may require. Many of these options are not only aesthetically beautiful, but will allow your customer an alternative for their specific idea or application.

 

PATTERN GLASS

GLUECHIP  1/8                                    48 X 84 Glue Chip (Double) is made by applying two applications of special glue to sandblasted glass, letting it dry, and ultimately creating tighter and a more obscured pattern as compared to regular Glue Chip. It is temperable. Thicknesses from 1/8" (3mm) up to 1/2" (12mm) are available by special order. Also available in tinted glass (bronze, grey and green) by special order.
AUTUMN LEAF  5/32 52 X 84 Autumn is ideal for unique partitions, shower doors and furniture applications. It is easily temperable.
SEEDY 1/8 24 X 48 Seedy (Spectrum) is made in USA by the Spectrum Glass Company. This consistent and high quality Seedy has been used for decades in stained and cabinetry applications. As a result of the new larger sizes and the new 3/16" thickness, the applications have steadily expanded. While Seedy is temperable, it is an art glass and as such the results will vary.
PATTERN #62 1/8 48 X 60    
PATTERN #62 3/16 60 X 84    
         
REEDED 5/32 60 X 100 Reeded is used most often in shower and interior glass applications. It can be easily tempered. The reeds are 1/2" wide and offer limited privacy. Reeds run parallel to the longer dimension and are often referred to as "Narrow Reeded" or "English Reeded"
SMOOTH ROUGH 5/32 56 X 84    
         
MATTE 1/8 63 1/4 X 88 1/2    
MATTE 1/4 62 3/4 X 88    

                                                 *** WE OFFER CUT TO SIZE ON PATTERN GLASS ***
                                                *** PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A 2 SQ. FT. MINIMUM PER PIECE ***

 

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Last modified: 11/09/08