Precision Cut Glass for Tables, Desks, Bedroom Furniture & So Much More
Common Types of Glass Edges
The least expensive edge detail. The side edge is flat with a small seam or bevel on the top bottom edge of the glass.
Especially popular on circles ovals. The side edge is rounded, which gives it a soft look.
The most versatile edge. A flat polish with a brilliant bevel on the top edge of the glass, this edge can be formal, casual, traditional or contemporary!
OGEE (OG) Edge
A look for the ages. Ogee is defined as an S in profile. This edge goes back to the Greeks Romans and is gorgeous on columns and wrought iron bases.
Pricey yet brilliant. A flat polish with 2 bevels on the top edge of the glass, this edge is very dressy and adds prismatic colors to any room.
Triple OG (Waterfall)
Resembles a waterfall on edge. A rolling look with 3 pencil edges on the edge of the glass, this edge absolutely sparkles. For those that want the rare jewel!