COVID-19 UPDATE; We are trading, however there will likely be longer lead times on glass in some instances. Please note at this time we’re unable to produce the following; Circular glass above 1600mm diameter, 4mm circular glass until further notice, any glass with bevelled edges. 6mm and 10mm Tinted glass currently has reduced stock, delays expected. For further information on what you may need please check out our guide here.
Table Glass Calculator
Try our easy to use table glass calculator to find out how much your glass table top or glass table cover will cost.
Glass Type – Please note ALL our table glass is toughened to BS EN 12150
The options available are normal clear toughened glass, this is regular glass you will find in most windows, shelves etc, we provide a higher fidelity option which is called Optiwhite low iron (also known as crystal clear), this glass has much less iron in it’s make up , therefore making the glass appear to have a reduced ‘green’ tint when looking through the edge, it is also best to use this glass if thinking about having a colour back painted. Sandblasted glass has a frosted appearance, whilst light will pass through the glass it’s not transparent to the eye, and can be used to disguise damage on table surfaces.
Our black, brown or white glass is a solid opaque colour, and looks great. If you require back painted glass of any colour, or a tinted glass, which is typically grey or bronze, please contact us directly as it is not currently available to order via the calculator.
Need help with the glass calculator?
1. Select you glass type. For further info check here
2. Select an alternative shape if required. PLEASE NOTE – 4mm circular glass can be manufactured up to 1000mm, over this diameter 6mm is required.
3. Input the relevant sizes.
4. Select the glass thickness required.
5. Select polished edges if the edges of the glass are to be seen/exposed. See below for the appearance, it is known as a ‘flat polished edge’. If the glass is going to sit inside a frame, then you can consider having an ‘unpolished edge’ (defects are often present on the perimeter) as seen below.
6. Choose the radius corner amount if needed. Check out our measuring guide here
7. If you want a bevelled edge, choose the amount, please be aware this can add significantly to production time.
8. Option for holes drilled in the glass, please email us the locations and provide a diagram.
9. Select the number of pieces you require.
10. IMPORTANT – Select your delivery option, please note it defaults to Collection from us in Chippenham.
For a more detailed description of the options please see below, you can also email your requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our glass will come square/rectangle by default, we also offer circular or oval shaped glass. If your require a bespoke shaped table glass or glass table cover please call as we can accept templates for cutting glass in a unique shape or pattern. PLEASE NOTE – 4mm circular glass can be manufactured up to 1000mm, over this diameter 6mm is required. Please be aware that circular glass can in some instances take up to 8 working weeks, depending on size and fabrication.
All our measurements are done in millimetres, please enter your desired size into the option boxes here.
Our glass comes in various thickness, the choice is generally decided depending on application i.e. a table or sideboard protector or cover would be suitable in 4mm, a stand alone glass table on a pedestal would be in 10mm or 12mm dependant on size.
Our range of toughened glass ranges from 4mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 15mm and 19mm in thickness. We also do a range of toughened laminate glass, contact us for info.
When glass is cut in processing by default is is in a sharp state, obviously you would potentially cut your fingers if the edges were not worked and softened.
Application for non polished edges would be if the glass we to be placed into a table as an inset with either a wooden or metal surround. Polished edges are the norm so tick yes when required. This type of polished edge is commonly known as a ‘flat polished edge’.
Known as an ‘Unpolished Edge’, this option reduces the cost understandably on glass orders, but is less sightly. An unpolished edge is used if the glass is intended to sit in a frame or be rebated in some form. Unpolished edges can often have chips, shells and defects along the edges.
When your table top is finished, it will come completely square (if you have ordered a rectangle or square top). We have the ability to soften the corners to a small round curve, this is ideal if you have a free standing glass table top and small children running around. Radius corners are typically between 5mm and 25mm.
PLEASE NOTE: Radius corners greater than 25mm work out extremely expensive as CNC is required, which will add a minimum cost of £110 to the price.
Not sure what radius corner your table has? Check out our measuring guide here
When your table top is finished, it will come completely square (if you have ordered a rectangle or square top). This is known as ‘sharp’, it is a precise machine finish of 90 degrees.
When your table top is finished, it will come completely square (if you have ordered a rectangle or square top). This is not always required, and we can add a ‘dubbed’ corner free of charge. The dubbed corner is essentially a blunted corner, which is ideal if you require a less severe 90 degree corner on your glass. Please add in the notes field on your order if you wish to have dubbed corners.
Bevelled edges are an alternate to the normal polished edges and will give your glass a different visual quality, you can find bevels most commonly on mirrors but tableglassonline can offer this service for tables too. Bevelling can be accommodated up to 30mm. Please be aware that bevelled edges on orders can add to the production time by several days if not longer, on occasion up to 4 or more working weeks can be required.
Generally we find that people will require a hole for an outside dining table so they can place a pole or a parasol through the middle of the table. Sometimes the glass table has to be fitted to a frame on the underside of the glass, these can sometimes require holes to be drilled. Holes can be drilled as standard up to 50mm in diameter. If you require above this diameter please contact us, as there is an increase in cost.
If you would like more than one of your item i.e. you have 2 matching bedside tables to cover, then just click 2 from the drop down menu.
We offer delivery through out the whole of the south of England. If ordering online please ensure you select the appropriate option. We either deliver ourselves or outsource to one of our trusted glass carrier specialists who will transport your glass safely and efficiently. All glass is delivered in a purpose built glass racked vehicle. Scotland and the north of England can be covered. However Scotland is covered with third party couriers, which we advise can be organised with the customer directly if required. The following counties are what we consider the south of England on our calculator drop down; Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, West Sussex, Hertfordshire and Gloucestershire. We can deliver to other areas, however please contact us for a definitive price. We are also able to send smaller pieces of glass via courier, please contact us to discuss further. We deliver throughout the week from early in the morning to late in the evening. We try where possible to accommodate your needs when it comes to deliveries, regarding times and days, we will always give you advance warning regarding your delivery. The glass is delivered to the curb side, so it is essential if you are carrying the glass far to ensure there are enough people to assist. Please note if ordering online via the calculator, you must select the correct option, either delivery to the various areas, or to indicate your preferred collection location.
You are able to collect your glass from Chippenham for free: Opening times can on occasion vary, weekdays only.
All our toughened glass comes with a toughening stamp, this is a legal requirement from the glass manufacturers. We refer to them as a ‘furniture stamp’, due to the discreet nature of the toughening stamp. These are placed on an edge of the glass.
We accept most credit cards and also use the online payment gateway PayPal for a secure transaction. Once you have chosen your size just use the ‘add to cart’ option at the bottom of the calculator and you can then make your Table Glass purchase.