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Our workshop is open to casual visitors who wish to purchase glass. Please contact us to arrange an appointment.
Note that we no longer offer paid group visits.
Unit 16, Project Workshops, Lains Farm, Quarley, Andover, Hampshire SP11 8PX, UK
We concentrate fully on researching and reproducing ancient and historical glass vessels.
During 2023 we will not be taking orders to make glass - glass in stock and for sale is in our Gallery - the one exception is for some film and television projects in the spring, autumn and winter. During the summer, we will be working on improvements to our wood-fired furnaces and shelter, so will not be blowing glass.
We do not repair or restore glass, nor do we make one-offs or replacements for broken glass vessels - including lampshades. It is not what we do, and we will not answer emails with these types of requests. If you are interested in having glass made to your own design or large production runs, take a look at the Contemporary Glass Society website, where there are lists of glassblowers, warm glass artists and glass engravers who may be able to help. Also see this page on our website for some more links.
We no longer teach glassblowing. 'The Glass Hub', in Wiltshire, specialises in teaching glassblowing and glassworking.
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Approaching from the east, take the sliproad off the A303 (signed 'Thruxton Circuit'; also 'Andover, Grateley, Quarley'), turning left towards Quarley. Project Workshops is 100m on the right.
Approaching from the west, leave the A303 at the junction with the A338 and follow signs for Thruxton Circuit. Immediately past the Circuit entrance road, turn right and drive under the A303. Project Workshops is 100m on the right.
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