Etched Glass Pantry Doors: Multi-stage Sandblasting
At Sans Soucie Art Glass, we etch and carve our designs into the glass by sandblasting. The three most popular techniques are what we call a solid frost, which is a single stage sandblast, a dimensional and a 3D carved glass, which are both multi-stage sandblast techniques.
A multi stage sandblast is where the artist sandblasts the design, one small segment at a time, creating a dimensional effect.
In 3D Carved Glass, the sculpted edges illuminate as they pick up and reflect the surrounding light.
A Dimensional sandblast, similar to 3D, has “shaded areas” where the sandblasting fades back out to clear glass. This creates a beautiful dimensional effect, but the sandblasting is on the top – surface – ONLY, and is not cut deep into the glass, like 3D.
Solid frosted glass is a one stage, overall sandblast, where the design is made up of thin, clear pinstripes.
Shown here, are multi-stage sandblasted, etched glass pantry doors.
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Visit our Pantry Door Gallery to see more etched glass designs like these.
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