Rona Glassware – Decorative Techniques

  1. General Details

    Pantograph etching

    The first factory in continental Europe where the pantograph machines were installed – back in 1896. Technique suitable for traditional, namely lacy and floral, designs. Pantograph decorations are ideal for making the glassware look fancy.

    Diamond engraved cutting

    Suitable for rich patterns and it works well for modern designs too. The range of grey cuttings includes traditional and contemporary designs. This decoration adds a lot of perceived
    value without costing too much.

    Machine and hand cutting

    Wide range of both machine and hand cutting capabilities. Combination of modern technologies using RONA’s pulled stemware blanks along with the superior machine cutting facilities. The cuts can be either polished or grey cuts.

    Screen printing and decals

    Color screen print decorations, located on the foot or on the bowl of a stemmed glass or tumbler, are ideal for your private branded corporate gifts. Widely used for the brand application of various logos and company names. RONA can offer screen printing in a variety of colors.

    Painting and colored spraying

    Handpainting of metallic rims and bands of varying widths as per your request. A form of liquid gold or platinum is used. Hand painting with luster colors on the bowls of the stemware or barware.
    Large color palette available to choose from.

    For more details and to download catalogues, do not hesitate to contact us!

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