Etching glass is a time-consuming and very detail-oriented task, so pricing generally depends on the complexity of the design. We commonly etch mason jars, candle holders, and mirrors, but we could etch pretty much anything made of glass. The only limitations are in trying to etch spheres or irregular shapes -- anything that it would be difficult to smoothly wrap a piece of paper around.
Small, basic etchings on simple objects such as mason jars start at $15, while large complex etching like the mandala mirror can run upwards of $80.
The etchings and patterns shown here are examples of what we can do, so if you have an idea for something you'd like, reach out to us and it's likely we can make it happen.