Guild of Glass Engravers

The Guild provides an insight into contemporary Glass Engraving. It aims to promote the highest standards of glass engraving.The website contains techniques, a gallery of members engraved glass, where to see it and where to learn to engrave.

Where to learn it - other courses

Viv Marshall AFGE will be teaching glass engraving classes at the Dorset Centre for Creative Arts in Poundbury, Dorset.

New 'introduction to glass engraving' classes start on the 27th September 2019. See the DCCA website for further details and to book. Click here for the link.




Greg Sullivan AFGE is running a week-long copper wheel engraving course in Waterford, Ireland. Course starts on the 9th September 2019.

The course is aimed at novice engravers and will offer an opportunity to develop skills in all aspects of wheel engraving as well as visits to local glass factories and presentations by guest speakers. More information can be obtained by emailing



Robert Page  - Durlston Country Park, Swanage

Guild Chairman, Robert Page will be teaching at Durlston Country Park, Near Swanage on Sunday 13 October, Sunday 10 November and Sunday 8 December.
This will be a 90 minute session for beginners. Cost £10 per session
For booking details call 01929 424443 or visit Durlston Country Park website

Glass engraving students

The Creative Glass Guild are running glass courses in Bristol in a variety of  disciplines.
Broaden your exploration of glass working.  

Weekend courses are run covering a whole range of workings.
Stained glass,

  • fusing glass,
  • slumping glass,
  • fused jewellery
  • glass and a whole lot more.                               

 Good value for money and excellent facilities. See for further details.



Patricia Hilton-Robinson AFGE

Patricia teaches near Andover in North-West Hampshire. She teaches Drill Engraving,
Cameo and Graal techniques

Contact her for further details at: