Products with the crackle effect feature patterns resembling tiny cracks and “spider webs”. It is impossible to pass by these items indifferently.
- each piece is original and unique
- durable and solid product
- decorations in the form of characteristic micro-cracks
The sparkling point is an extraordinary technique that is perfect for champagne glasses. Lovers of this drink often reach for glasses made using this original method.
- intentional violation of the glass structure with the size of a small dot at the bottom
- technique used exclusively with champagne glasses
- champagne bubbles do not disperse, but slowly evaporate in the form of a delicate streak
- guaranteed prolongation of the wine sparkling process
Metallisation is an effective way to give a product a modern character that will delight customers who value elegance and style.
- the vessels are covered with molten metal in shades of gold, silver or copper
- impressive selection of effects, e.g. shimmering, metallic, or mirror
- possibility of combining metallised and matte elements, which will emphasise each other’s character
Satination is a method that causes the glass to become completely matte. It is appreciated by customers who look for original additions to their interiors.
- non-transparent glass products
- the surface of the item becomes slightly porous
- possibility of decorating the entire product, a fragment or a selected element of the product
This technology results in a charming, delicate pattern resembling dew drops. This is one of the methods that do not require machinery, but a chemical reaction.
- method based on the action of sodium bicarbonate, i.e. baking soda
- the products are completely safe for food contact
- bubbles formed with this technique resemble a glass microcosmos
- handmade products are original and unique