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Flat Glass & Fusing

Poschinger Glassworks since 1568

From house number signs and municipal coats of arms to decorative one-of-a-kind pieces

Sheets of glass with broad, hand-cut facets for a doorway

Heisig & Heisig Projektentwicklungs GmbH, Irschenberg, Germany

Flat glass display with sandblasted detailing and colour printing

Artur Scholl GmbH, Pforzheim, Germany

Lead glazing for a church window

Lead glazing and alterations to an historical church window. An originally rectangular, lead-glazed church window was altered to a smaller, round shape as requested and then set in a new frame. Produced for a private customer.

Lead glazing for a church window (close-up)

“Heaven” mural using fusing (approx. 180 x 110 cm)

Catholic Parish Church Johanniskirchen, Germany

“Earth” mural using fusing (approx. 180 x 110 cm)

Catholic Parish Church Johanniskirchen, Germany

Large fused glass panel featuring a coloured municipal coat of arms and lettering. Main panel made of crystal glass, blue wave structure, coat of arms and lettering in colour powder technique with glass painting. Treated with a shatter-resistant coating.

Large fused glass panel (close-up) featuring a coloured municipal coat of arms and lettering. Main panel made of crystal glass, blue wave structure, coat of arms and lettering in colour powder technique with glass painting. Treated with a shatter-resistant coating.

Glass house number sign using fusing

Free-standing decorative object made of cast glass panels, cut and polished, sandblasted decoration, partially finished with colour

Theo Förch GmbH, Salzburg, Austria

Mirror in Venetian style

Flat glass trophy on a flat glass base featuring sandblasted decorations

Volkswagen Group, Wolfsburg, Germany

Glass house numbers and signs using fusing

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