EDGE PROCESSING

OG processing: it can be made on thickness from 12 to 24 mm; it is a very refined finishing, lending elegance and balance to any thickness.

Birds beak processing: it can be made on thickness from 12 to 24 mm; it is an unusual variation to the classical bevel and avoids light refraction thanks to its soft and rounded shape.

Diamond-profile processing: it can be made on thickness from 12 to 24 mm; this finishing is particularly suitable for glass having a considerable thickness.

Polished flat edge: it can be made on edges from 2 to 30 mm, it is the most common processing for flat surfaces and shelves and it consists in the smoothening of the edges.

Polished round edge: it can be made on edges from 4 to 19 mm. This processing is particularly suitable for flat surfaces placed little higher from the ground since no corners are left.

A double bevel process: it is a special, double inclination, bevelling process that creates the effect of two facets, with a depth of up to 40 mm. It represents an aesthetic and decorative improvement.

Bevelling: it can be made on surfaces with a bevelling depth of 0 to 40 mm; this is a classical finishing for flat surfaces and it is made onto the whole surface as well as onto the edge of the glass.

Hammered processing: an original finishing, suitable for glass sheets of 10 to 24 mm, it stands out even more on thick surfaces. Made entirely by hand.

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