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antique antique inside doors

At Benko’s antique, old and historical building you will find several types of antique doors with etched glass. For example, there are single antique doors with etched glass, but also twin-doors or antique 3 to 4 or 5-panel etched glass doors either with or without skylight. The etched glass comes to life in the light and you will see the amazing shapes appear. With etched glass, the glass was covered with a little layer of wax, after which figures were drawn an etching needle or diamond. The glass was etched in a bath of hydrofluoric acid. The unprotected parts of the glass surface were rubbed and have had a matte appearance.



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