Glass finishers in Lübeck's studio - masterful cutters

A decorative glass tumbler consists of two layers of glass: the inner clear layer is coated with a coloured layer of glass when still in a molten state. As the blanks are blown, the glass thickness varies. Unevenness, such as small blebs, streaks and colour deviations may also occur. The design is created by grinding the coloured layer of glass at the desired position. Carl Rotter's spherical-drilling technique has been permanently improved. Therefore, many other grinding techniques were developed, and with them more and more Rotter designs.
Engraving, grinding and polishing - completing one single glass item can take up to 15 hours

Our glass finishers are the studio’s real unicums; they are irreplaceable, unmistakable and incredibly good.