Bendheim Restoration Glass®

Bendheim's Restoration Glass® closely reproduces the cylinder antique window glass of the 17th through early 20th centuries. It is the architect and designer's first choice for replacement of broken or missing antique window glass, as well as the detailing of reproduction homes and furniture.
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(800) 221-7379
New York Design Center, 200 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10013
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www.restorationglass.com

Bendheim’s Restoration Glass® is the world’s finest mouth-blown antique window glass, found in our country’s most prestigious historic restorations, including the White House, Mount Vernon, and Monticello. Bendheim developed and introduced Restoration Glass® in partnership with Glashütte Lamberts of Germany – the premier manufacturer of mouth-blown window glass.

Restoration Glass® exhibits the mild waviness and occasional air bubble characteristic of true antique window glass, making it ideal for historically accurate restorations and period-style reproductions. The glass is available in two varieties – Full and Light. Full Restoration Glass® is more distorting and accurately represents much of the antique window glass made in the 17th and 18th centuries. Light Restoration Glass® is less distorting and closely resembles window glass found in structures built in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Bendheim – the resource for specialty glass since 1927 – is the foremost supplier of specialty glass in North America, offering more than 2,000 decorative architectural glass types in stock and a variety of custom design solutions.

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