Glass

Glass For Every Style Of Frame

Protect your art.

Picture frame glazing provides a protective barrier for presenting art and objects in frames. We offer both acrylic (plastic glass), glass and UV rated glass.

When choosing the glazing, consider what is being framed and where it will be displayed, for precious items, one of a kind pieces or anything to be displayed near windows or in sunlight we recommend using UV rated glass, which offers increasing levels of protection from UV rays deteriorating or discolouring art.

Special offer!

5 x Float glass (SA0010SM)
5 x Kraft Backing (SA0010AA)

Sizes all: 610mm x 915mm

Combined pack to save over £14.96 if bought separately.

Collection from Store Only

Glass cutting is always our students biggest worry when learning but the truth is with the right tools and preparation, it couldn’t be easier to safely cut glass every time without any breakages.

Here you will find a collection of glass cutters with tungsten blades, self lubricating oil filled cutters for long lasting blades, rulers with rubber grips on the bottom to keep it steady when cutting and everything you need to keep the glass crystal clear

Handy hints for glass cutting

Top sellers in glass cutting

  • Toyo TC20 Glass Cutter

    Toyo is considered to be one of the best makes of glass cutter, the cutting wheel angle is ideal for cutting thin glass.

    £29.99 inc. VAT
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  • Toyo TC17P Oil Filled Glass Cutter

    The TOYO TC17P Oil Filled Glass Cutter is among the best in the industry, the standard of the stained glass and glazing industry.

    £49.99 inc. VAT
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  • Nilglass Glass Cleaner (500ml) spray

    With detergent and anti-static agents, to help you clean glass quickly. Use in combination with Glass Cleaning Cloths (Super Twill)

    £5.99 inc. VAT
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