Glass cutting to fine detail requires an enormous amount of training and expertise, our glass cutters are some of the finest in the world. These days cutting on a manufacturing basis is sometimes carried out by computers. In the restoration field this luxury cannot be afforded or tolerated.
Each piece of glass is painstaking marked out first by the glass cutter to ensure an exact copy, he then sets to work hand cutting with carbonium on his cutting lathe, patiently and skilfully flowing the precise patterns previously scribed on the glass.
Many hours can be expended on the most intricate details.
Other glass workshop skills include glass drilling and glass bending, etching & engraving.