Since 1979 Beveled Glass Arts has specialized in custom beveling for the stained glass trade throughout the United States and Canada. With thirty-nine years of beveling experience, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer exceptional quality at reasonable rates. Our company is built on quality workmanship and continued customer satisfaction. We appreciate the opportunity to share our professional experience with you on your next project which includes custom beveled glass.
Beveled Glass Arts Serves :
- Glass Artists
- Stained Glass Shops
- Art Glass Studios
- Cabinet Shops
We Bevel Glass For :
- Stained Glass and Beveled Windows
- Doors, Sidelights and Transom Windows
- Art Glass Repair and Restoration
Our Beveling Features :
- Accurate Cutting To Your Pattern Or Templates
- No Scratches Or Facets
- Miters Meet Correctly In The Corners
- Crisp Break Lines
Other Services Include :
Re-beveling On Stock Bevel Strips and Clusters
Yes! We do re-beveling on your cut down bevel strips and clusters. We're not to crazy about beveling on trashy import bevels but when your clients budget doesn't allow for real custom beveled glass what can you do? One of the problems when working with import bevels is that you're beveling a nice clean line next to a poorly beveled one. This tends to accentuate the already bad look of an import bevel. We prefer that you supply your own strips and clusters cut and ready to bevel. If you have trouble cutting plate glass we'll cut them for you. We don't stock strips or clusters but most stained glass distributors will drop ship your order to us.
Zipper notches are small elliptical polished engravings usually about 3/16" long linked together along the top edge of the bevel and the top flat of the glass. Zipper notching is usually found in older turn of the century beveled panels so most of the notching I do are for repairs and restorations although some notching I've done have found their way into contemporary abstract pieces.
Most of the glass we drill are rectangular bevels for chandeliers with 3/16" or 1/4" holes. Of course we can drill holes in most types of glass except of course tempered, heat toughened and some textured glass.
We can also edge and polish the edges of bevels that will be exposed.