GLASS DESIGN HAS DEVELOPED A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE MIRRORS, OFFERING A RANGE OF OPTIONS TO SUIT THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROJECT. THE GD ANTIQUE RANGE HAS 11 UNIQUE PRODUCTS, ALONG WITH OUR 4 STANDARD STOCK ANTIQUE RANGE. ALL PRODUCED IN-HOUSE BY HAND OR BY MACHINE DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF ANTIQUE MIRROR REQUIRED.
OUR BESPOKE ANTIQUE MIRRORS ADD DEPTH AND CHARACTER, REFLECTING THE BEAUTY OF ITS SURROUNDINGS AS WELL AS ENHANCING THEM. WE HAVE DEVELOPED A COLLECTION OF ELEVEN UNIQUE MIRRORS AND WITH JUST ONE GLANCE AND IT’S EASY TO SEE HOW OUR ANTIQUED MIRROR BRINGS DEPTH, GLAMOUR AND A UNIQUE LOOK TO ANY SPACE.
ANTIQUE MIRRORS FAQS
It could not be easier. You can issue drawings or a basic sketch with dimensions and if possible an image or two to help provide you with a budget quote. If our quote is within budget, we can then arrange for a full survey to take place at a time that suits both the client and GD. If you would like supply only, just email the dimensions and we can either arrange delivery or you can collect in person.
We have 11 options in our bespoke Galaxy Range and 4 in our Standard Collection.
The Galaxy Range is manufactured by hand at our premises, which can be toughened. The Standard Collection are stock items which cannot be toughened.
The Galaxy range is unique to Glass Designs and cannot be found anywhere is in the UK.
The maximum length we can supply is 3150mm x 1400mm with the Galaxy Range and 3000mm x 2100mm for the Standard Collection. (please be mindful of the logistics of maneuvering such a large piece of glass within the property)
Unfortunately not due to the chemical process to create the desired affect. In essence, each mirror is unique but retains the overall design/finish.
The Standard Collection consists of Vincenzo, Bronze Vincenzo, Bianco Nero (available in 4mm & 6mm) and Angelo, which are all stock items.
Yes you can. Once the glass has been toughened, the glass will have to go through the silvering/antiquing process.
Each piece of glass will be edge stamped with a BSEN 12150 mark
Yes, as the glass will go through the toughening process, which is heated in a furnace then cooled rapidly so as to comply with British Safety Standards.