Stained glass Tiffany technique
Copper foil artwork is commonly called Tiffany stained glass. The tiffany technique of glass work is а traditional method of cutting colored glass and joining the pieces together to form picturesque window design with specific shape. Each part of glass is coated in tin-plate copper foil creating a solid base. All individual panes are welding together sides to sides, forming a stable overall peace of work. This technique is used to create the most detailed stained art glass articles. The thickness of stained glass is 4 mm. The price varies from 600 - 1 300lv/m2.
Fused glass technique
Different colored glass pieces that have been heat-processed in a kiln. This technique is especially used to create a unique jewelry objects and souvenirs.
On a whole part of glass is applied a relief contour which represents the graphic peace of art. After that it is painted and the contour could be transparent or colored. This technique allows us to work on glass with different thickness according each art glass project. The glasses can be tempered for better strength and safety. The price varies from 300 - 500 lv/m2.
On a whole part of glass is applied a relief contour and colored stained glasses are directly placed on it. This technique allows us working on glasses with different thickness according each art glass project, the same way as the technique "Resin". The price varies from 400 - 8500 lv/m2.