We create glass etching by combining sandblasting glass with subsequent melting several times to achieve halftones and layers as in etching replicas. We can also create so-called colored etchings, thanks to the production of our own sandwich glass, when the colored glass is in a very thin layer fused to a clear glass.
In case of replacing the old etching we redraw the design in a computer software. This gives us not only an exact copy but also the possibility of repeated reproduction.
Our technique is cheaper than conventional glass etching, and the effect is indistinguishable from the original.