Cherry (shown here natural, unfinished) - Like all fruit trees, cherry belongs to the rose family. American colonists used the cherry tree for its fruit, medicinal properties and home furnishings. The heartwood of cherry varies from rich red to reddish brown and will darken with age and on exposure to light. The wood has a fine uniform, straight-grain, satiny, smooth texture, and may naturally contain brown pith flecks and small gum pockets. Cherry is easy to machine, nails and glues well and when sanded and stained, it produces an excellent smooth finish.
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Get the privacy you need without sacrificing light, thru stunning etched glass art by Sans Soucie! Designs are created thru sandblast etching and carving that obscures the glass, diffuses light and eliminates glare – the perfect combination, creating privacy without blocking light, thru a beautiful art piece for your home! Our pieces are custom made, hand crafted one by one, to suit your style!
Multiple Effects, create Multiple Privacy Levels and Prices.
3D: Carved Edges that Capture the Light, and the Eye.
To create 3D carved glass our most popular effect, our skilled sandblast artists use sand as their sculpting tool, cutting and carving the design deep into the glass, step by step, creating a relief texture of varying depths.
2D: Etching with Dimension.
2D features “shaded” areas that are etched on the top surface only, creating a dimensional effect, but 2D is not cut deep into the glass like 3D carved.
1D: Carved Edges that Capture the Light, and the Eye.
Our 1D effect is the traditional, etched or frosted look you think of, when seen on most “etched glass” items. Design elements are solid frosted. There’s no shading, dimension or carving. The design is made up of solid white shapes. Because our designs are gorgeous, custom designed creations (not clip art!), 1D offers a beautiful look, in a lower price range.
Color My World!
If color is desired, the design elements must first be 3D carved, then a glass dye is airbrush painted into the design elements in either translucent or solid, from matte to metallic, depending on the desired effect.