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Types Of
Decorative
Glasses
Decorative glasses are the best way to add some
contemporary and creative impression to your room
either internally or ext...
Channel Glass
The system consists of self-supporting cast glass
channels and an extruded metal perimeter frame. The
end re...
Bent/Curved Glass
Flat glass is heated to an appropriate temperature over a
mould with a predetermined profile. As the gla...
Textured Glass
Textured Glass have a repeating shallow pattern and are widely
used by both commercial and domestic for dec...
Silvered GlassSilvering is the process of making
mirrors by coating glass with
silver. In the process silver–
ammonia comp...
Fused GlassFused glass also known as kiln formed, warm or,
kiln-glass is an accessible and rewarding art form for
many peo...
Stained Glass
This product is used to form decorative or pictorial
designs, typically by setting contrasting pieces in
a l...
Heat Strengthened Glass
Mainly the glass is used on residential as well as commercial buildings. Each has
unique propertie...
Back Painted Glass
Back painted glass is any form of clear glass
that is painted from the back side and viewed
from the fr...
Dichroic GlassThe glass is created by applying
and fusing multiple micro-layers of
metal oxides to the surface to
reflect ...
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  1. 1. Types Of Decorative Glasses
  2. 2. Decorative glasses are the best way to add some contemporary and creative impression to your room either internally or externally. Thus different types of decorative glasses has been discussed in this slide. Have a look.
  3. 3. Channel Glass The system consists of self-supporting cast glass channels and an extruded metal perimeter frame. The end result is a wall that obscures vision but allows light to pass through.
  4. 4. Bent/Curved Glass Flat glass is heated to an appropriate temperature over a mould with a predetermined profile. As the glass heats it becomes softer and slumps to the form of the mould.
  5. 5. Textured Glass Textured Glass have a repeating shallow pattern and are widely used by both commercial and domestic for decorating the interiors for creating a contemporary look
  6. 6. Silvered GlassSilvering is the process of making mirrors by coating glass with silver. In the process silver– ammonia compounds are reduced chemically to metallic silver, which is deposited on a suitably shaped glass surface.
  7. 7. Fused GlassFused glass also known as kiln formed, warm or, kiln-glass is an accessible and rewarding art form for many people around the world - and it is growing quickly in popularity.
  8. 8. Stained Glass This product is used to form decorative or pictorial designs, typically by setting contrasting pieces in a lead framework like a mosaic and used for church windows.
  9. 9. Heat Strengthened Glass Mainly the glass is used on residential as well as commercial buildings. Each has unique properties and applications. Strength, breakage pattern and thermal are some unique properties of this product.
  10. 10. Back Painted Glass Back painted glass is any form of clear glass that is painted from the back side and viewed from the front side, or "first surface" side.
  11. 11. Dichroic GlassThe glass is created by applying and fusing multiple micro-layers of metal oxides to the surface to reflect discrete wavelengths of light resulting in an array of colors. The thin layers of oxides have a total thickness of 3 to 5 millionth of an inch and are kiln fired to fuse to the glass surface.
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