Restover® (Light) restoration glass matches buildings with the Fourcault and Colburn processes. This glass is still widely seen throughout America.
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Restover® Plus is a Fourcault process glass that very closely matches the distortion of latter stage mouth-blown glass. While lacking the air bubbles and pitting common in this era, from more than five feet away it is virtually indistinguishable. It has a slight ream and is 2.95mm thick. Fantastic Glass for Major Restoration Projects Restover®… Read more »
Goetheglas is a gorgeous Fourcault process drawn glass manufactured in Germany.
P1 glass is a mouth-blown cylinder glass made in Europe today.
1700s Crown Glass is the gorgeous handmade mouth-blown glass found in structures remaining that predate the late 1700s.
P2 is mouthblown, handmade, and hand cut to match perfectly with your latter stage Crown Glass.
Restoration glass is glass produced to mirror the look of antique glass.
Early manufacture of glass involved single sheets of glass manufactured by a craftsman by blowing through a tube. Generally the further back in history you go, the wavier the glass is.