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Glass embossing makes your brand shine and gives it an authentic character. With this permanent marking, it reaffirms its personality and distinguishes itself with elegance and effectiveness.
From a discrete marking on the finish or in the punt, to more visible ones on the shoulder, the body or the lower body, these powerful branding solutions are usually valued by consumers. Associated with authenticity and quality, they have an undisputed impact on the perception of the brand and its value.
With over a century of experience, Saverglass executes motifs with precise relief and depth. Each detail is designed carefully: selection of the best cast iron, meticulous maintenance of the tooling, precise specification of the tooling, deep understanding of the material during production… Only this level of expertise can guarantee a truly “Premium” quality of embossing.
This solution consists in adapting a custom finish on a bottle model as long as it is technically compatible with the existing tooling. It can be a standardized finish, a special finish or even a finish personalized with an embossing wrapped around its periphery.
This concept consists in positioning an embossing on the shoulder, using removable inserts. Offered in a selection of our “Wine” collection bottles, using this type of embossing can be economical in terms of development fees. This technique allows us to produce very detailed and perfectly reproducible embossings.
This concept consists in creating a set of custom finishing molds that are compatible with the existing blank molds from the catalog version. It allows for a personalization with embossed elements that can be positioned on the shoulder, the body or the lower body of the bottle.
This concept consists in positioning a wrap-around embossing on the lower body of the bottle. The embossing can be the name of the winery, geometrical motifs, even figurative scenes...
This solution consists in developing custom base plates either just for the finishing molds or sometimes for both the blank and the finishing molds, in order to position the custom embossing on the base (in replacement of the usual knurling) or inside the punt.
Creating a complete tooling composed of blank and finishing molds is necessary when: