Antique Carriage Clock Beveled Glass ReplacementOctober 23rd, 2011 Posted in All Repair Projects, Antique Glass Repair, Beveled Glass, clock glass
I have made “new “old glass for hundreds of carriage clocks. The bevels are small and come to a very sharp point on the edges . They need to be thin on the edge because the grove in the brass were the glass fits is very small. I use old glass when I make replacement panels for antique clocks. You can tell the old glass by the wavy surface and seeds (small bubbles in the glass). This glass is 100 years plus in age . I have a stock of old ( antique ) glass I use for clocks. It helps preserve the value of the clock.
This glass is very old and perfect for making replacement beveled glass panels for antique carriage clocks and regulators.