Our beveled glass panels are available with many metal color finish options which include following types. All offer superior strength, and assurance that your decorative glass door will last. Not all colors are available in each glass design. collection bellow includes ODL and Glasscraft Caming options.
Decorative glass panels that incorporate leaded glass are three layers thick. Baroque and Water glass options offer a light obscured view. Flemish and Fluted glass options offer a moderate level of obscured view Rain and Glue Chip give the highest level of obscured view.
Baroque and Water glass options offer a light obscured view.
Flemish and Fluted glass options offer a moderate level of obscured view
Rain and Glue Chip give the highest level of obscured view.
Our IG insulated glass panels improve security, are more energy efficient, easy to clean, and help to protect the beveled glass panel from possible breakage. In our doors and sidelites, the triple-thick IG panels permanently seal the decorative glass panel inside of two sheets of tempered safety glass.
Glass panels are available in two types: fully beveled and beveled/textured. Fully beveled are those in which 100% of the individual glass pieces in the glass panel have beveled edges to provide the maximum amount of brilliance and sparkle. These fully beveled panels are available in two options: 1) constructed using all clear glass; or 2) panels which incorporate obscure “ice flower” glue-chip beveled pieces for visual obscurity and added privacy. The beveled and textured glass panels offer individual pieces of quality, hand beveled clear glass pieces, which we combine with clear obscure glass backgrounds and borders using a variety of glass textures. This combination affords maximum beauty and privacy. Like the fully beveled glass panels, each individual piece of beveled glass in these cluster panels is hand-cut and beveled to maximize the brilliance and sparkle of each beautiful glass design. We have noted the various glass textures for each glass panel; refer to page 19 for individual photos of these glass textures.