Bespoke Engraved Glass Mirrors

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Bespoke Engraved Glass Mirrors

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We are happy to engrave bespoke glass mirrors - any size or shape.  

Get in touch with us via the 'contact us' button and let's have a chat.

Mirrors can be engraved from the front or back.  If engraving from the front it produces a shadow-like effect of the image/words as the glass reflects on the silver layer of the mirror.  Engraving on the back does not give a shadow-effect and gives the opportunity of adding colour to the image/words.  Back-engraving is our preferred method but we are happy to work with you on this.

We only engrave our products using the sand blasting technique.  This gives a far superior finish to glass, creating a smooth frosted surface, giving a crisp, sharp image.  Laser engraving produces dull images and a rough surface.  We will never use laser engraving or etching cream on our products.  

Engraved glassware can be hand-washed (we don't recommend dishwashers as glasses knock against each other and scratch).  The engraving will not wear off.

Please note: some photography has been enhanced to show engraving and detail.

We will be donating a percentage of our profits from our engraved glass pieces to two different animal welfare organisations each year - see our 'Charities we Support' page for more information about who we are supporting this year.

 Material: Glass

 

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We are happy to engrave bespoke glass mirrors - any size or shape.  

Get in touch with us via the 'contact us' button and let's have a chat.

Mirrors can be engraved from the front or back.  If engraving from the front it produces a shadow-like effect of the image/words as the glass reflects on the silver layer of the mirror.  Engraving on the back does not give a shadow-effect and gives the opportunity of adding colour to the image/words.  Back-engraving is our preferred method but we are happy to work with you on this.

We only engrave our products using the sand blasting technique.  This gives a far superior finish to glass, creating a smooth frosted surface, giving a crisp, sharp image.  Laser engraving produces dull images and a rough surface.  We will never use laser engraving or etching cream on our products.  

Engraved glassware can be hand-washed (we don't recommend dishwashers as glasses knock against each other and scratch).  The engraving will not wear off.

Please note: some photography has been enhanced to show engraving and detail.

We will be donating a percentage of our profits from our engraved glass pieces to two different animal welfare organisations each year - see our 'Charities we Support' page for more information about who we are supporting this year.

 Material: Glass