Glass cutting / Sandblasting

Glass cutting is a process of modelling the blocks of glass by removing required segments of a glass mass with a free bound grinding agent. This technique is fairly modern in the course of the glass refining history, however it spread very quickly and has become fairly popular. For its nearly endless possibilities of shaping, modelling and cutting, it is loved by the glass artists around the world who use it to turn their glass fantasies and art invention into unique 3D glass objects.

Sandblasting has been used for glass decorating since 19th century. Glass can be sandblasted into various depth levels, and a wide choice of decoration and patterns may be created.