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Grace White Glass Hardware - Earthtones Collection
Grace White Glass is a group of accomplished Michigan artists that bring a refreshing and sophisticated look to decorative hardware.They have been manufacturing custom cabinet hardware since 2004. Grace White Glass Hardware is passionate about their products and is sincere in their belief that quality, value and customer satisfaction are key to good business.Artisan made, cut by hand and placed by eye, there will be slight variations in size and shape. Patterns and color tones will vary from piece to piece and also from batch to batch. Individual orders will always be selected from the same batch to assure a pleasing continuity among pieces.Hardware bases are artist designed and manufactured in the USA from 100% recycled, anodized aluminum. The handle design brings structural integrity to the finished piece and the generous sizing permits a comfortable grasp for even large hands.
GRACE WHITE GLASS PRODUCTS ARE MADE ENTIRELY IN THE USA Flameworked: These knobs are fashioned using tools and a torch on Borosilicate glass. This technique offers extreme detail, and can be made 3 dimensional. It also has the largest color range. The more complex creations can take hours to complete.
Hot: These pieces are made using hundreds of years old glassblowing and solid working techniques, freehand on a blowpipe.¿ The artist gathers glass from a furnace, adds color to the surface and shapes/tools the glass to achieve the final shape.¿ No molds are employed so there will always be slight variations in shape among pieces purchased as matching sets.
Kiln-Formed: This type of glass hardware construction offers several different styles. It ranges from the simplest, and most common, method where two stacked pieces of glass are unified by heat to the most complex that involves making a shape from either wax or clay and then casting it with special high-heat plaster to create a single use mold.