The method of producing “etch” enamel glass was developed
and patented in 1805 by John Davenport. In 1988, Barron Glass
set out to revive this process of decorating sheet glass which
involved developing a technique of kiln firing the glass which
enabled large sheets of glass to be decorated. Importantly, this
unique process maintained the flatness of the glass whilst applying
extraordinary high levels of colour consistency.
With this patented process, Barron Glass was able to produce an
unrivalled selection of decorated period glass and became the
principal supplier in the UK.
The company is committed to the continual search for new and innovative
Our expertise manifests itself in products that truly enhance
the benefits of incorporating glass into contemporary and traditional
interior design projects.
We are currently developing a new range of lustre glass and a
new laminating process for architectural applications.
Michael Barron has over 20-years of experience in manufacturing,
operations and sales. With a dedicated team of specialist staff,
he oversees every aspect of the design, development and production