Every piece of my glass is passionately made by hand in Liverpool, using traditional and contemporary glassblowing techniques which guarantee your piece is unique. Perfect for gifts or just for a treat for yourself.
Honey: made by infusing the honey from my Welsh native black bees into the glass. Be one of the first to own a truly unique piece of honey infused Art Glass. Commissions also accepted from Beekeepers wishing to have their own honey infused into a piece of art glass in the form of a Queen cell or Emergency Queen cell or something else that you choose.
Flare: a range of brightly coloured vases to brighten up the day.
Scouse: the colours of Liverpool. The purple glass, traditionally called cranberry glass, gets it’s colour from the addition of gold oxide which is added to the raw ingredients by the manufacturer.
Feather: the art of feathering trails of coloured glass around a central hollow core was first used by the ancient Egyptians. The technique was popular in Victorian times, and used by George Elliott, Britain’s first studio glassblower who was also my tutor at Stourbridge College of Art.
Curve: the start of a new range in the making.
Postage is £6 per piece via Royal Mail to UK mainland - please contact me if you have other requirements.