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CUSTOM CUT MIRRORS

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Custom cut mirror


  • square mirrors
  • round mirror
  • rectangular mirror
  • custom bathroom mirror
  • gym mirror
  • wall mirrors
  • fitting room mirror
  • vanity mirror
  • ceiling mirrors



In New York Tempering Glass we manufacture spectacular mirrors of custom cut adapted to your need.


Flat polish edge mirrors: 
A flat edge, the most common,has been sanded down and polished to a smooth shiny finish. 
Mirrors with flat polish edges are an excellent addition to a modern, minimalist décor. 


Beveled edge mirrors: 
A beveled edge involves cutting and polishing a mirror with a specific bevel width, which is chosen by the buyer during customization. Normal bevel widths can range in size from 1/4" to 1 3/4". The end product is very attractive; making beveled edge mirrors a perfect stand-alone decorative element for any room. 


Seamed edge mirrors: 
A seamed edge is applied to mirrors primarily as a safety precaution. 
The rough edges are sanded down, making the mirror easier to handle. 
However, due to the relatively unfinished look of a seamed edge, this type of mirror is mainly recommended for framing.

available thickness : 1/8 ", 3/16", 1/4", 3/8",1/2" call us for custom thickness, any Colored mirror are available. contact us for custom color mirror



Antique Mirror is a decorative silvered glass mostly used for interiors.
Antique mirrors will add special touch to the Victorian décor. Making use of lighting to create the illusion of space or add element of the warmth to your décor. Surface of the mirror is the reflective so by making use of right lighting in room you may create the beautiful illumination. 

Antique styling of mirror will help to create room atmosphere. The antique mirror glass actually is made by placing the metallic deposit on glass. The method is used since 16th century. 

At New York Tempering Glass we offer the following types of fabrication to accommodate for the many applications of mirror: 

•Custom Cutting 
•Notches 
•Finger Pulls 
•Etching 
•Bismatic 
•Drilling 
•Cutouts 
•beveling 
•miter 
• Polish 
• Custom antique 
• installation


Custom Mirror Installation
You have several choices for installing your custom mirror. In general, you will need to be sure to install your mirror on a sturdy part of your wall (on studs if you can). Typically, we recommend that our customers use mirror mastic and either decorative clips or j-bars to install their mirror, for extra support.



Mirror Mastic:
Provides tight and permanent bond.
Can be used in high humidity areas (30° up to 100°F).
Environmentally friendly & low emitting material

Decorative Clips:
Install on corners or sides of lighter weight mirrors.
Installation screws and anchors are included.
Come in three finishes: chrome, brass, and brushed nickel.

Mirror Mastic:
Used to support the top or bottom of a heavier mirror.
Available in three finishes: chrome, brushed nickel and brass