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Triple Pencil Edge

on February 02, 2014

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 February 02, 2014

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 February 02, 2014

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.

Surface Sandblast-Low Iron Obscure

on February 01, 2014

Surface Sandblast-Low Iron Obscure provides a nice privacy screen with less green tone.

Surface Sandblast Obscure

on February 01, 2014

Surface Sandblast Obscure provides a nice privacy screen.

Spraylite Obscure

on February 01, 2014

Spraylite or Aquatex Obscure is often seen in patio furniture.

Pattern 62 Obscure

on February 01, 2014

Pattern 62 obscure is a common pattern glass seen almost everywhere.

Niagra Obscure

on February 01, 2014

Niagra or Rain obscure is a beautiful pattern depicting water running down glass.

Narrow Reed Obscure

on February 01, 2014

Narrow Reed obscure has also been referred to as Fluted.

Gluechip Obscure

on February 01, 2014

An old favorite gluechip obscure has an almost a fern like pattern.

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