CURIO CABINET CURVED & BENT GLASS REPLACEMENT
At Danny's Glass we can handle all of your curved glass needs for replacement glass on china cabinets and curio display cabinets. We can make glass of all radius and sizes.
If you need bent or curved glass replacements for an antique china cabinet or curio display cabinet then Danny's Glass has what you need.
Important reasons to let Danny's Glass serve you:
All of our curved glass work is satisfaction guaranteed.
We custom cut to your specifications.
All glass is carefully packed in specially designed boxes.
Stock curved glass is first quality, double strength clear.
SPECIAL INTERNET PRICING
Block Size - Up to 12" X 50" and Any Radius.... $180.00
Block Size - Up to 14" X 50" and Any Radius.... $190.00
Block Size - Up to 16" X 50" and Any Radius.... $195.00
Block Size - Up to 20" X 54" and Any Radius.... $200.00
Block Size - Up to 24" X 54" and Any Radius.... $210.00
NOTE: For glass pieces over 54" high, or 24" wide, or over 54" radius
CURVED GLASS TEMPLATE
Use this template to help determine the radius of your curved glass.
PRINT AT 100% SCALE!
Download here: Template
We Will Need to Know:
The radius of the curvature, usually from a pattern you make or you may use our Curved Glass Radius Chart for your convenience. PRINT AT 100% SCALE!
The width (girth) of your glass around the outside edge of the curve in inches-decimals.
The height or length of the piece of glass in inches-decimals.
The chord length or measurement in inches-decimals.with straight ruler from edge-to-edge.
Terms You Need to Know:
Radius - The distance from the center of a circle to the arc of the circle or the amount of curvature
Width or Girth - The distance around the curve, also known as arc length.
Length or Height - The distance perpendicular to the curvature.
Chord - The distance straight across the back.
This is the proper dimension for the width or
girth. Use tape ruler to measure one end to
the other along curvature. .
This dimension is the chord length, not the
width. Use a straight ruler to measure one
ond to the other.
SHIPPING DETAILS: (please allow 2 to 4 weeks for delivery)
THESE PRICES INCLUDE BOXING AND SHIPPING VIA UPS ANY SIZE UP TO 22" X 54". NOTE: For glass pieces over 54" high, or 24" wide, or over 54" radius - request a quote by selecting add to cart below and then selecting Request a qoute on the shopping cart page. WHEN OVERALL BOX SIZE IS TOO LARGE FOR UPS, WE SHIP COMMON CARRIER & FREIGHT COLLECT, WITH NO BOXING CHARGES.
Read ALL the information carefully. It is important to be as accurate as you can.
Determine the radius of your glass.
Match your glass sample to the bend printed on the chart which is the closest match to the radius of your glass. If the bend is wider than the chart, check the full width of the bend with the chart to make sure it is a regular radius, if not then you will need to send a full size template to serve as a pattern. It is very important that you be very accurate.
How to make a template: If you are fortunate enough to have a complete top or bottom end piece, you will simply need to place the glass on a piece of poster board (please no corrugated cardboard or paper) and carefully trace around the curve of the glass on both sides. If your template is not full width, write "Pattern Not Correct Width" on your template, and also tell us the width you need measured with a flat tape around the curve. (See diagram above.) Otherwise, we will cut your glass to your template width. It is very important that you be very accurate. If the pattern is incorrect, we will not be able to produce the exact piece of glass you will need to complete your restoration.
How to make a template without an existing piece of glass: If you do not have an existing piece of glass to trace around,then a template will need to be created that accurately represents the opening of the cabinet. Use poster board to slide into the curve opening on the cabinet and trace the curve. Next cut the curve out, place the poster board on the inside of the china cabinet and check the fit. Continue tracing and cutting until the front curve of the poster board fits the curve of the cabinet tightly. It is important that the template cover the complete opening, remembering to allow room for the glass to slip in and out. It is very important that you be very accurate. If the pattern is incorrect, we will not be able to produce the exact piece of glass you will need to complete your restoration.
Determine the height you need. Next measure the height of the opening for the glass; remembering to leave clearance for the glass to slip in and out. It is very important that you be very accurate. If the measurement is incorrect, we will not be able to produce the exact piece of glass you will need to complete your restoration.
Not comfortable ordering online? - Send us your order. If you feel uncomfortable measuring your glass then you can send us your order. We will need the height, width, and radius of the glass. Simply mail us the measurements along with an original pattern or template (not a xerox copy or fax) of the true curve. Be sure to include your name, street address, and telephone number. We need your street address for UPS delivery. Include your purchase order or business card.
Mail to: Danny's Glass
112 Industry Drive
Yorktown, VA 23693