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I received two broken steuben snails that were missing their antlers, tenticals, and antennas. I polished the area were the things used to be. Then I made about twenty antlers picking out the best for shaped and sized and attached then. They were as good as new.
A customer brought us this green glass piece to repair. The problem was that there was no base to the chalice. We were able to repair this green glass chalice by creating a new base. You can see the before and after picture below. A ntique glass can be repair. I made a new foot.
We were able to repair this broken fish salt shaker for one of our valued customers. The customer’s meals are now complete because they had this piece restored.
Replacement bent glass for a new light fixture .We were faced with the challenge of repairing this broken bent flashed glass panel . We were able to make a custom mold from the origanal and successfully bent a new piece and happily ship it back to the costomer. The cuved glass was not a true radius and the glass was white flashed with a forsted ( sand blasted ) texture. See below for the photos.
A customer brought us this broken glass cat for repair. As you can see, a portion of the tail and the leg were broken off of it. We were able to successfully repair the piece. Truely undeticable glass repair. See below for the results.
This brandy glass has a broken/ shadered stem We replaced the broken with a new stem from a donor glass. The glass was not an exspensive glass but it had a etching that made it sentimental. Glassware repair is a large part of my work.
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We were challenged by the client to fix this priceless Crown Bubble or Bent Glass piece. We were able to successfully replace broken glass. We custom made a mold to slump the glass because the unusual shape of the frame. Bent oval glass is common, however, this octagon shape is very rare.
We were challenged to repair this badly broken sculpture brought in by a customer. It was brought to us in many pieces. The biggest hurdle of this project was to make it look like it was brand new and wasn’t repaired. We implemented a new design element that used blue cobalt to meet the customer’s expecations. Please see the repair gallery below.