Guild of Glass Engravers 2015 Exhibition

The Red House Glass Cone, Stourbridge

18 May - 26 June
A fantastic display of engraved glass not to be missed.
Exhibition Open Evening, Saturday 30 May 6 - 7.30 come along and enjoy a glass of wine and some nibbles while looking at the superb engraved glass.

To view the exhibits now on display

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Guild of Glass Engravers Spring Lecture 2015

Katharine Coleman will be the presenter for the Guild Spring lecture, Red House Glass Cone, Stourbridge on Saturday 30th May. The Lecture starts promptly at 2.30, so ensure you arrive in good time to claim your seat.

Title of the lecture “A Future for Glass Engraving”.  This is guaranteed to be a very interesting lecture.

Art In Action

16th - 19th July


Held at Waterperry Gardens near Wheatley in Oxfordshire


Every July up to 400 artists, craftsmen, performers and musicians gather together in Waterperry Gardens to demonstrate their skills and show their work.


This year, as usual, the Guild of Glass Engravers will be demonstrating the art of glass engraving as well as holding practical classes to enable you to have a go!
Tickets can be purchased online at
or purchased on the gate on the day.
Do come along!

Past Exhibitions
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past exhibitions.
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'To engrave glass is to embark on an absorbing and rewarding experience of working with light. The mysterious qualities of glass - a liquid metal caught in a moment of time and requiring both fire and water in the making - appear magical. Glass engravers capture, enhance and celebrate these qualities in their work and endeavour to communicate them to a wider audience'. 


The Guild of Glass Engravers was founded in 1975 in order to establish a professional body for this art form. The primary aims of the Guild are to promote the highest standards of creative design and craftsmanship in glass engraving. The Guild acts as a forum for the teaching and discussion of engraving techniques and new developments from around the world as well as acting as a source of information to the public on all aspects of glass engraving and advises the growing number of individuals and institutions wishing to commission work.
Membership is worldwide and open to anyone interested in engraved glass.