Dalle De Verre Stained Glass
If you are interested in adding a Dalle Glass window to your building or are in need of Dalle de Verre restoration, Fort Worth Stained Glass would be delighted to assist with your project. Dalle de Verre produces an eye-catching aesthetic due to its colorful nature and unique ability to catch and refract light. The technique was originally developed by French artist Jean Gaudin in 1930, but became wildly popular in the United States during the 60s and 70s, particularly in the South and the West Coast.
Creating Dalle De Verre Stained Glass
The method for creating Dalle de Verre is similar to that of a mosaic and produces an intriguing abstract aesthetic. Large pieces of glass of various colors are cut from thick slabs, then shaped and chiseled with a hammer to create a faceted look. Then, the pieces are arranged into a design of the artist’s choosing. A combination of epoxy and sand are used to create a mortar which secures the glass in place. Lastly, more sand is added between the grooves to create a finished look. Dalle de Verre is lively and expressive. What’s more, it’s becoming increasingly rare. For this reason, many owners consider it to be their most precious and beloved work of art.
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For more comprehensive and detailed information regarding our exceptional and top-notch services specifically designed and tailored for Dalle De Verre Stained Glass, a highly sought-after material known for its durability and aesthetic appeal, in the vibrant and culturally rich city of Fort Worth, renowned for its historical significance and modern amenities, we cordially invite you to kindly reach out and get in touch with our dedicated and knowledgeable team at our esteemed office, which stands as a testament to our commitment to delivering unparalleled customer satisfaction.