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Verre eglomise

Verre Eglomise is a beautiful decorative technique that has been enchanting people for centuries. It’s said to have originated in the Pre-Roman era, but it wasn’t until the 18th century that a French decorator named Jean Baptise Glomy brought reverse painting on glass back into fashion. His name is now synonymous with the technique, which is why it is named after him.

Eglomise Glass - Verre Églomisé
Eglomise Glass – Verre Églomisé

What makes Verre eglomise so fascinating is the way it combines the transparency of glass with the opulence of gold leaf. It’s a delicate dance of light and shadow, with intricate designs painted or gilded onto the back of a sheet of glass, creating a stunning effect. The technique has been used to decorate everything from mirrors to furniture to picture frames, and it continues to be a popular choice for those who want to add a strong decorative technique to furniture and objects.

At its core, Verre églomisé is an art form that requires both skill and patience. The materials and techniques used today are much the same as those that Glomy developed, which only adds to the allure of this ancient craft.

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