At Fiamma we are uniquely experienced in designing and fabricating one of a kind awards specially made for your event or honoree. We have worked with organizations ranging from large universities to small businesses and charities to help them recognize people in a unique way.
whether the job requires casting, fusing, flame or furnace working we are ready to help. We also have extensive experience incorporating traditional, engraving, etching and sandblasting and can even take your digital or hand drawn images or logos and apply them directly to the glass.
While the nature of the project will determine the time and budget required, we pride ourselves in being able to provide a reasonable and accurate quote for your job quickly. Because we do so much of the work in house we can often do jobs in a fraction of the time it might otherwise take.
At Fiamma we specialize in bringing your visions to life, whether its a single fixture or creating a look for an entire home or office.
whether it's updating some old fixtures or creating a custom chandelier, we can help you through every step of the process from design to fabrication.
This method of hot glass manipulation using torches provides an econmical way to make precision glass ware at a moderate scale.
Traditional glass blowing, process capable of producing hand sculpted hollow or solid glass up to and including very large applications.
Using lost wax and other methods virtually any object can be potentially recreated in glass even up to very large and texturally complex subjects
A kiln process for the decorating and shaping of sheet glass. Great for anything with flat or open shapes such as dishes and coasters, wall pieces and jewelry
Using chemical and abrasive processes almost any image can be transfered to glass permanently, even in color or underneath the surface.
We are happy to help with your design needs. For many projects 3d renderings can be available upon request
To get the process started, give us a call or send us an email with as much specifics and reference material as possible. Once we evaluate the project and agree on a time frame and a budget we will generally ask for a 20% deposit (depending on project) and the cost of any special materials required.