With our refined antique glass we meet 100% of your requirements such as monument protection, building regulations, energy efficiency, safety aspects and UV protection. In this way we prepare hot-forged glass and antique glass for use in churches, museums or other historic buildings. For example, in the Dresden Castle or the Dresden Semperoper.
ART – WITH TRUE HANDCRAFT
For our customers, we manufacture traditional leaded glass, thin insulating glass and process antique glass into composite or thermally tempered glass. The technology of lead glazing allows almost all desired motifs to be realized, from classic faceted pictures to pictorial representations.
Preservationists, restorers, architects and property managers are available with all our know-how and many years of experience in dealing with glass, local sourcing and lighting effects. The optimal realization of the artistic idea, taking into account the best technical quality and functionality, has the highest priority. In order to achieve this, the material limits are repeatedly tested and often postponed further. Glass art and glass technology are closely connected, and the seemingly impossible becomes possible.
Due to the intensive cooperation between Sollingglas and the glassworks Lamberts, we were able to make the first attempts at the end of 2014 to temper mouth-blown restoration glass and antique glass. Countless series of experiments and the persistent development of what has already been achieved finally led to success. Restoration glass and hand-blown antique glass are thermally tempered at Sollingglas today according to their requirements and can therefore also be used as safety glass.