About Beveldine Glass

Our mission is to create an environment where creativity can flourish, secrets can be shared, artists can inspire each other and together we can exceed the expectations of all our different clients needs.

We specialize in designing unique custom decorative glass. Our work has included Entry doors, Windows, Sidelights, Skylights, Transoms, Cabinets, Domes, Churches, Offices, Restaurants and Casinos. We thank the ongoing relationships with local builders, architects, designers, door and window companies as well as countless glass companies whose repeat business and referrals keep us busy. No matter how large or small your job, you can expect a superior product, with un-matched customer service.

We encourage you to visit our spectacular warehouse showroom and see in person the beauty and elegance that decorative glass can bring to your home. If you don’t want to commission us for a project we would be happy to teach you how to make it yourself. We offer a wide range of classes, taught by a talented staff of glass artists. Teaching helps us share our knowledge with the community and expand the appreciation of a traditional, handcrafted art medium. “The more glass is seen, the more the interest in it grows”


Cynthia Chenier

Designer of Leaded & Etched Glass, Glass Instructor Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Major in Art, Cal State Long Beach
Contractors Lic # 902724

Upon graduation in 1983 Cynthia spent a few years
in the restaurant Decor Industry painting murals and learning the techniques
of etched and sandcarved glass. She started “Cynthia’s Designs” in 1987and
has joined talents with Alice Delaney of “The Glass Chamber” a Long Beach
institution since 1977. Alice and Cynthia have combined forces to bring
their vast experience together for Beveldine, Inc.


Alice Delaney

Designer, Glass Instructor

BA Degree, Cal State Dominguez Hills

A Long Beach California native, Alice became interested in stained glass in the mid 70’s while working as a designer in the floral industry and attending Cal state full time. “During that time, my sister and I took up stained glass as a hobby so we could make a couple of windows for our brother’s new home. That’s all it took. We were hooked! Before long we were getting requests from friends, family and interior designers for other projects. The hobby became a business with the opening of The Glass Chamber in 1977.” Over the years, Alice has instructed hundreds of students in the art of stained and leaded glass, many of whom have gone on to open glass businesses of their own.