Characteristics of Hand-Brushed Glazed Cabinets
Glazed cabinets provide a subtle touch of tradition. Our hand-wiped finish adds depth, dimension and an understated sheen that will endure. Glaze is most apparent in the contours of the cabinet where the darker stain hangs up. Hand wiping provides each piece with an appealing and distinctive look.
The natural features of glazing described below are normal and are not considered defects:
Glaze will have a subtle unevenness in appearance
Drag (or rag) marks are visible and add to the uniqueness of each door
Certain door styles and colors show greater contrast and have more defined lines with brush marks
Glaze will ‘hang up’ in the corners of the door frames
These pictures are a general representation of a specific color on a specific wood type. Since nature never duplicates itself, you may notice a slight difference in color depending on the material or wood type used.