Posted by John Behrenberg on 27th Jul 2016
Custom Glass Work-
Behrenberg Glass has been doing custom glass work for many years. Our customers would give us artwork, designs, shapes, etc. and we would produce it for them. Our customers range from an individual artist who has an idea, up to larger corporations we made a part of an assembly for.
We could run a few pieces or 1,000’s of pieces for a customer.
We are looking to produce glass items.
We are introducing a new line of glass products geared towards our loyal artists. This new category will be for laser engravers, wheel carvers, sand carvers, and other miscellaneous artists that love our glass!We now have a HUGE variety of silk screen colored glass plates.Please take a look.
We have a few too many 6" square regular bend clear glass plates and 4" x 6" rectangle regular bend clear glass plates. We are putting them on sale for $4.66 each, any quantity. Hopefully these plates will bring you joy when you decorate them for loved ones. You can find these in our Spring Cleaning Sale [...]
We have gotten on board the Etsy bandwagon! In our store, we have items that you can not find anywhere else, not even our online store. We invite you to look around and see what items spark your interest.Decoupage Engraved HeartOne of our talented employees created this line of Paperweight glass. The decoupage backgrounds are [...]
We are always trying to better our services and products to bring our customers the best. We have made our product descriptions easier to understand, we use wider media outlet sources, and now we are changing our shipping prices to get you the best.We have added a USPS option for your benefit. You may ask [...]
We at Behrenberg Glass love making desires and wishes come true. One way we do that is by engraving your creative ideas and inspirations. It's a simple process to go through, and these creations are great for your home or office needs. They are simple and always a great idea as a gift.Our Process:Email us [...]
All of us have a story of where we came from....Back in 1923, A. Behrenberg and W. Hull worked for Hull Sign & Mfg. Co. which made gasoline signs for gasoline pumps. In 1925, my great grandfather H. Behrenberg started to work and became a full time employee at Hull Sign & Mfg. [...]