DECOGLASS - Coloured glass for fusing compatible with float

Date: 18 October 2004
Source: DECOGLASS
Hall 9 / Stand F18This year you can find many news to DECOGLASS stand over the DECOFLOAT, the famous coloured glass for fusing compatible with float; infact, there are more than one hundred different colours available in the new catalogue.

During the GlasTec in Düsseldorf we’ll show new metallized and plated glasses with other products: colours for fusing and tempering (in powder and paste), moulds and plants for artistic glassworks.Contact:Ernesto Langella customer service ernesto@decoglass.itFrancesco Langella technical dep. francolangella@decoglass.itMaria Grazia Procidaexport dep. mariagrazia@decoglass.itwww.decoglass.itHall 9 / Stand F18

This year you can find many news to DECOGLASS stand over the DECOFLOAT, the famous coloured glass for fusing compatible with float; infact, there are more than one hundred different colours available in the new catalogue.
During the GlasTec in Düsseldorf we’ll show new metallized and plated glasses with other products: colours for fusing and tempering (in powder and paste), moulds and plants for artistic glassworks.

Contact:

Ernesto Langella
customer service
ernesto@decoglass.it

Francesco Langella
technical dep.
francolangella@decoglass.it

Maria Grazia Procida
export dep.
mariagrazia@decoglass.it

www.decoglass.it

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