Engraving, sandblasting, acid-etchingPhoto gallery
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Sandblasting and acid-etching give glass a milky-white, frosted appearance.
Acid-etching produces an extremely fine grain with a softer effect. The result allows for varying degrees of opacity through to transparency. The pattern is always flush with the surface of the glass.
Sandblasting gives a much whiter result and allows different degrees of opacity within the same piece (though never complete transparency).
Sandblasted patterns are raised and can be applied to the surface or to the edge of the glass.