An invitation to the annual conference and AGM with International speakers/Glass suppliers, as well as to a Spring Lecture.
The opportunity to take part in Guild Exhibitions which are held regularly both in London and the regions.
A network of Regional branches all of whom hold regular Workdays and Branch exhibitions
A quarterly newsletter containing up to date information on what's happening in the world of Glass, articles by guest contributors, news from the branches, letters from members, details of classes and courses, coming events covering all aspects of glass/art and a list of glass and equipment suppliers.
Access to a network of experienced engravers on glass, all of whom are willing to help with information and advice.
If elected to Craft Membership, commissions for work through enquiries forwarded by the Guild Office.
Guild members are also able to claim discounts from various companies such as Dartington Glassware, Cottages4you, Hoseasons and other companies who provide goods for glass engravers.
Membership is worldwide and open to anyone interested in engraved glass.
The Guild always welcomes new members who have, or wish to develop, an interest in glass engraving. There are four categories of membership. Lay members may or may not practise engraving. Craft Members, Associate Fellows and Fellows attain these grades of membership through assessment and election within the Guild.