Bowls vary in size from 9.5 to 35cm in diameter. Some are purely decorative, others practical. There is something magical about turning a flat piece of discarded glass into a useful vessel. All these bowls should not be placed in



Spoons and ladles come in three sizes; small, medium and large. They can be used as a kitchen decoration or for serving food. The small ones make good jam or pickle spoons, and the two larger sizes are perfect for



Bottle glass lends itself to a wide range of jewellery designs, from simple rings cut from bottlenecks for earrings and necklace components, to multi layered pieces incorporating dichroic glass, decals or enamelled decoration. Threads used to construct the pieces are



These cylinder lamps are made in a variety of designs from bottle glass. The price includes the plain white light in the centre, although church candles can be used instead.


Glass Landscapes

Landscapes come with an enclosing frame (the small ones) or a back panel (the larger ones), which are negotiable, as are P+P charges, which can vary according to size and fragility between £5 and £15.  Picking up from the studio



Cake stands can be one, two or three tier. With the renewed interest in home baking, what better way to display your cakes? Stem designs vary and can be ordered to match the cake stand design. These vary from 1930’s



These coasters are backed by 4 rubber feet, so they can be used safely under hot drinks. They are decorated by applying enamel through vintage lace or by firing decals onto them.  


Glass Bunting

The bunting is made from recycled greenhouse glass, decorated with decals and stencilled enamels. The flags can be threaded on cord or chiffon ribbon, and look best hung over a window, the corner of a room or mantelpiece, away from



The cards take the form of glass tiles mounted on white card which can be framed or turned into jewellery afterwards. The inner pages are left blank for your own message. The lower back edge is cut back at an


1930’s Inspired Collection

I have used my Mother’s and my Grandmother’s embroidery transfers from the 1930’s to create painted ‘embroidered’ tableware.  I have used glass paint which has been fused into the recycled window glass plates so that it will not wear off.