We offer glass and stone etching using chemical etching or an abrasive blasting method using an eco-friendly blast medium. Personalize your pieces with that elegant look whether its a light etch or deep engrave. We can also paint the engraved area to make the image more outstanding on your piece.



In nature the rock is eroded by the element with the wind, water or sand that make amazing designs. We hope to give you that same capability.

Give a personalized, one-of-a-kind, gift or award constructed from glass, stone, brick or tile or other hard surface and blast-etched with just the right design and motivational quotation. We can even etch your name into door thresh-holds, mantels, or other decorative stone. Add an extra touch of distinction and class to your home, office, or corporate headquarters with a one-of-a-kind etching designed and cut just for you.


A creative tool which has allowed us to produce a wide variety of products to meet our customers’ needs.

Glass Etching

Glass etching is an age-old old method of imprinting images on glass; and one way to do it is by sandblasting. Sandblasting allows for greater variation through the use of different degrees of coarseness in sand, and also for depth blasting, giving the finished product a rich textured appearance.

Stone Blasting

Rocks can be big or small, they are popular as yard ornaments. Some folks want their family name to be displayed, the street address.

Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.


Where the material ends, art begins.

Etienne Hajdu

Such is the strength of art, rough things to shape.

James Howell

Everything is sculpture. Any material, any idea without hindrance born into space, I consider sculpture.

Isamu Noguchi, Your Content Goes Here

Materials that can be sandblasted include brick, crystal, ceramic, glass, marble, metals, rock, stone, wood and composite materials.

We’ve produced wedding and anniversary flutes, wine bottles, oil lamps, glass picture frames for all occasions, and glass clock holders for anniversaries. Even rocks and stones can be turned into wedding gifts, as with a small boulder with the couple’s name sandblasted into it for placement by the front door of their new home.