The gold leaf on glass technique, mainly used by artists and craftsmen during the Renaissance, is still employed in the same way. This process has remained unchanged for centuries: 22 carat gold foils are applied by hand on a thin layer of glue.
The processing technique is meticulous and requires the use of sable brushes, the only ones that, thanks to their softness, can spread the material without any damage.
The gold leaf decoration is increasingly used to create uniquely refined stained glass, in order to give character and elegance to any space. This technique enables to make small decorations on the glass, such as mirror frames or finishing touches on furnishing accessories. Similarly, it can be used to give new light to the walls, thus redesigning the traditional wooden paneling.