Decoration has become a vital part of the prestige spirits market with more and more customers looking towards decoration to give their product an edge. A wide range of decoration techniques are available to elevate your design to sit at the top of the market.
Screen Printing is the method where a mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate to reproduce an image, text or design. This process allows multiple colours to be printed and layered to create more intricate visuals.
We have the equipment, skill and knowledge to print around glass corners while applying a number of inks, paints and techniques to this process.
UV/Organic Printing is similar to Standard Screen Printing but uses the very latest technology. Several colours can be printed onto the glass at once.
Ceramic and Precious Metal Printing is similar to Standard Screen Printing but with the added capability of introducing durable, precious metal materials such as gold, silver and copper.
Badges, plaques or collars can be added to bottles which can be self-adhesive or glued in-house.
Full body spray coating can be applied to bottles of every shape and size. We use a sustainably sourced organic lacquer which can be applied in a range of colours.
The Acid Etch Effect Spray is another sustainable decoration process which provides a frosted effect to a bottle. This method is the perfect technique to achieve a sea glass effect.
The Vignette Spray process can be used to achieve a gradient effect. Using this technique, we are able to control our paint guns to apply the colour in a way that fades as it travels up the bottle. This leaves a gradient visual between the liquid and the glass.
We offer a Glow in the Dark Spray perfect for ensuring your bottle is first to be seen on the back of a bar. We use specialised paints containing UV fluorescent or phosphorescent pigments to create a remarkable finish on the glass, illuminating your bottle and brand.
Base spraying entails the application of colour to only the base of the bottle. This technique refracts the light, highlighting unique features on the bottle, while emphasising both brand and design. Care to see for yourself? View our Isle of Harris gin bottle design.