Glass Slumping is a process of imparting texture and patterns into sheets of glass and involves intense heat to soften the glass sufficiently for it to melt over and into specially prepared moulds. The heat is provided by kilns specifically designed to suit the glass forming process. The resultant glass reflects the artistic input at the design and moulding stage, and the subsequent treatments that might be used. These include colour applications, obscuring treatments, etching and edgework.
Slump Glass can make a feature of frameless doors, shower screens and balustrades and its unique properties also make it ideal for signage.