Potichomania Collection

Decoupage under glass is a variation of the Potichomania process

(Potiche meaning oriental vase and manie referring to mania).

This art form was practiced in mid-19th century England and refers

to the craze of decorating clear glass vases with cut-out prints.

The process of coating the inside of glass vessels with engravings or

paintings gives them the appearance of painted ware.

The relative thinness of the tray — just over 1/8” thick — belies the

complexity of the potichomania process. In this style, the glass acts as

both a foundation and protective finish. Each under-glass tray is comprised

of a glass tray, layers of paper, adhesive and paint, and finished with four

coats of clear acrylic spray. We’ve added a high-quality felt pad on the bottom

in order to protect your home surfaces.

 

Care: Spritz with a glass cleaner when necessary, and wipe with a gentle cloth.

Do not submerge in water. For decorative purposes only.

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