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Glen:
A few months ago Steve and I visited the Isle of Wight Glass Studio. We spent time with master glass-craftsman, Timothy Harris - and we took many photos. The Isle of Wight Glass kindly helped us with further information, and we are now delighted to go live with our feature article.

I hope you enjoy it. You can go direct to the main menu page for the feature (there are many linked pages from it).

http://www.geocities.com/carni_glass_uk_2000/IofWightGlass.html

You can also go direct from our website, which currently has a live link to the feature.

Glen

Leni:
Glen, that's beautiful!   :shock:  Thank you, very much!   :D

Della:
Glen,
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Hats off to you again.
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It is wonderful.

Tony H:
Glen

A work of Art as always BRAVO.

Tony H in NZ
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Lustrousstone:
Another good one, thank you

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