Crown Glass Heavy Restoration

The Crown glass technique is one of the earliest styles of sheet glass manufacturing. It begins with a bubble of glass blown into a globe. It is then transferred to the glassmaker’s pontil to be rotated at speed, until centrifugal force forms a large circular plate. The finished “table” of glass appears thin, lustrous, and highly polished. Concentric Cord(S) and reams are resulting characteristics of the spinning process.

Product #

RG MA3CO

Manufacturing Method

Mouth blown glass

Origin

France

USA Historical Period

1750-1800

Glass Characteristics

Heavy Cord(S)

Reams

Bubbles

Availabile Thickness

3mm (approximately)

Dimensions

Due to the nature of mouth blown glass, each sheet will vary in size. The maximum size that can be achieved is approximately 36” x 36”

Fabrication Options

Cut to size

Laminated safety

Insulated IG

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