Types and characteristics of decorative glass


  • Aug 22, 2018


1.1 stained glass

Colored glass is also called colored glass. Adding colorants, i.e. various metal oxides, to raw materials, can be made into transparent glass with red, green, yellow, blue, gray and other colors and clarity.

This kind of glass has the characteristics of corrosion resistance, erosion resistance, easy cleaning and patterning, and is suitable for anti-corrosion, anti-fouling and beautifying the surface of parts requiring high decoration.

1.2 mirror glass

Mirror glass is made of flat glass by cleaning, silver plating and coating with protective paint. Its main function is clear and vivid image, and has certain anti-vapor and anti-fog properties. It is often used in areas with image requirements, such as toilets, dressing mirrors and dressing tables, and is often used as decorative materials for walls, columns and ceiling.

1.3 ground glass

Grinding glass, also known as ground glass, is a kind of deep-processed flat glass product which is made by mechanical sandblasting, manual grinding or fluoric acid etching. Because of its transparent and impermeable properties, it is mainly used in toilets, meeting rooms, doors and windows, and blackboards for teaching. When installed, the surface of the glass must be facing. Interior side.

The price of frosted glass is about 3%-7% higher than that of window glass. The thicker the glass is, the smaller the percentage of the increase is.

1.4 fluorescent glass

Luxury fluorescent glass is a new type of glass mosaic. Fluorescent glass has not only rich and colorful patterns, but also shining metallic flashes. It gives people a sense of immersion in the light.

1.5 embossed glass

Embossed glass, also known as knurled glass, and glue glass are the same type of pattern glass. It is in the glass hardening before, with a roller carved with patterns on one or both sides of the glass to press out various patterns of different shades.

Because of its function and decorative effect, it is widely used in modern architecture and general residential decoration, especially in partitions, bathrooms and the doors and windows of the underlying houses.