The smooth, subtle charm of cool titanium is as classic as the glass it's made from. Flint glass, the clear glass used in most jars, originated in England in the early 19th century. Not much has changed except that now little Johnny’s baby food jar can be preserved in a countertop of Vetrazzo.
The Glass SourceBeginning over 300 years ago flint was used to produce an elegant glass that is the predecessor to English crystal. These days flint struts its stuff in rhinestones and continues to take on many humble forms as well, doing the excellent work of keeping food and drinks fresh in jars and bottles. We take what can't be used and transform it into sparkling flint glass Vetrazzo.