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Triple Pencil Edge

on 02 February, 2014 in Edgework

The Triple Pencil is also referred to as the Waterfall edge.  With three convex "bumps" cascading down the side, this edge creates an interesting design.

O.G. Edge

on 02 February, 2014 in Edgework

The OG or Ogee, has been a popular over the years.  The combination of a convex and a concave curve joining, create an edge different from the rest.  Finished with a polish, this edge creates an attraction it is hard to keep your hands from touching.

Miter

on 02 February, 2014 in Edgework

While 45 and 22 1/2 degree miters are the most common, we have the ability to produce a number of custom miters also.  Ground or polished, miters have a variety of uses.

Freehand Broken Edge

on 02 February, 2014 in Edgework

Each Freehand Broken edge is unique. The edge is shaped by hand.  Each section is cut and removed by hand.  Because of the nature of this edge, no two pieces will be identical. Due to the care, time, and skill involved with this edge, we do reserve the right to produce this edge for only selected customers.

Bullnose Bevel

on 02 February, 2014 in Edgework

The Bullnose Bevel is one of our most elite edges. The Bullnose Bevel stands on it's own.  This edge of distinction exudes true craftsmanship.

Bullnose Edge

on 02 February, 2014 in Edgework

The flow of the Bullnose is amazing. People find it hard not to run their fingers around this edge. Flowing continuously from the top to the bottom surface, the edge's round shape is soothing.

Beaded Bevel

on 02 February, 2014 in Edgework

The Beaded Bevel is one of our most gorgeous edgeworks. Each bead is placed, by hand, at the top of the bevel.  Hand polishing each bead finishes this edge to perfection. The Beaded Bevel is a work of true craftsmanship.  The attention to detail of this edge is truly a sight to be seen.

Three Sided Prism

on 02 February, 2014 in Edgework

The Three Sided Prism is a beautiful edge, with three equal edges. Each edge is ground smooth and polished to a bright sparkle. 

Seam

on 31 January, 2014 in Edgework

The seam is an unfinished edge. The sharpness from the top and bottom edges is removed, to make the product easy to handle.  This edgework may have waves, irregularities, and have a rough line.  A seam edge is considered a "Raw" or "Minimum" edge by our company, and customers should take this into account before specifying this edge.

Pencil Grind

on 31 January, 2014 in Edgework

The Pencil Grind is a popular edgework. Edges are ground slightly round. The edge is not polish, leaving almost a matte finish.

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