re launched a full e-commerced website on the 24th August 2012
Based in Stourbridge, the world-famous glassmaking heartland of Great Britain, this major new Internet glass gallery features a selection of the finest names in contemporary British studio glass.
The artists span every decade over the past forty years.
Their work has graced some of the finest galleries around the world and has been acquired by the top glass museums in Europe and America. Between them they have been honoured with enough awards and prizes to form their own ‘Who’s Who’. In the future glass historians will view them on a par with the ‘greats’ of British and Stourbridge glass including John Northwood I, George Woodall and Frederick Carder.
Today they are the international ambassadors of British studio glass producing inspirational works of art in glass which rank with the best in the world. With the launch of the Bruntnell Astley Contemporary Glass Gallery private collectors and public museums alike now have a valuable new arena to view and collect a vital part of that creative glass genius.
Charles R. Hajdamach
International Lecturer, Author and Historian.