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Implementing glass partitions in your office

Implementing glass partitions in your office can present many benefits. MiGlass are able to supply high-quality glass partitions to liven up your office space and add a little more finesse. There are many benefits that present themselves with glass partitions, however, there are a few notable benefits...

Glass making history

Dating back to the stone age, organic sources of glass such as obsidian (the black volcanic glass) and tektites to craft weapons and decorative objects. The first manufactured glass has been linked back to 3000BC as a result of archaeological discoveries in Egypt and Eastern Mesopotamia....

Glass for interior design

Glass has a much more versatile use that isn't just for covering the exterior of your building, it can also be used for interior design purposes to help brighten up rooms. Glass has a certain elegance to it; its subtle, classic qualities knitting together beautifully with...

How stained glass was originally produced

The process of stained glass has been around for hundreds of years, but how was it originally made? Making the ’Cartoon’ The first stage of any glass production would begin with an artist, where they would create the initial sketch of the finished stained glass product. This...

20 facts about glass

Glass is quite under appreciated, but there's a lot of stuff you may not know about glass: 1. Before man discovered how to craft glass, nature was already creating it. When lightning strikes sand, the heat sometimes fuses the sand into long, slender glass tubes called fulgurites. The...

The History of Glass Production

An indepth look into the history of glass production and how it's evolved into an important part of human life today For as long as man has existed, the human race has been using glass in some shape or form. According to historians, one of the...

What’s the process of glass production?

How is glass produced in modern society? An incredibly important advancement in how glass was manufactured is through the technique of adding lead oxide to molten glass; as it improves the appearance of the glass, which made it easier to melt using sea-coal. This technique increased...