British Contemporary Glass - 25-27 November

2011 will be our 12th year at Chiswick Town Hall but this year British Contemporary Crafts will be British Contemporary Glass showcasing the work of many of Britain's finest glass artists both well-established and new talent. You will be able to see and buy direct from the makers a stunning range of jewellery, lighting, tableware, art using every technique including slumping, stained & kiln-formed and much much more. Whether you are looking for a gift or something for your home there will be a sparkling array of stunning work to buy immediately or commission. See the list (below) of selected makers from previous British Contemporary Crafts events.

Chiswick Town Hall is the perfect venue for a British Contemporary Glass exhibition. A spacious, light and airy Edwardian listed building with magnificent original features, it mirrors the quality and workmanship of the traditional and modern products being exhibited. The two entrance hallways have beautiful stained glass skylights and there is also a spectacular marble room and staircase. The British Contemporary Glass cafe, catered by the Angel Cafe, is a good place to re-fuel with a tantalising selection of homemade sandwiches, cakes, fresh coffee and tea.

Keep an eye on this page for further developments.

For further information:
Telephone 020 8742 1697
Email info@britishcrafts.co.uk

Write 4 Riverview Grove, London W4 3QJ

A selection of designer makers from previous British Contemporary Crafts events

  •      Nicholas Hobbs      

    Furniture, mirrors, jewellery boxes and more

    Annabel Faraday

    Illustrated & printed stoneware ceramics

    Daniela Dobesova

    Contemporary precious metal jewellery

    Nic Harrison

    Reduction fired stoneware and porcelain studio pottery in the 'Leach' tradition

    Monica Boxley

    Jewellery & leather accessories

    Susan Holton

    Contemporary knitwear in subtle & sophisticated colours, textures & shapes

    Sam Fisher

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    Melissa Simpson

    Handmade briefcases, handbags, belts and accessories using finest leather

    Tim Foster

    Stoneware containers with unique handcrafted wooden lids

    Ark Glass Creations

    Cecile Jeffrey

    Glass & stainless steel sculptures for the garden and home

    Women's knitwear including coats and dresses

    Stephanie Littlechild

    Mixed media textiles using handmade paper & embroidery

    Terry Macey

    Joanne Tinker

    Women's clothing in linen, silk and wool

    Jewellery & artwork made from recycled bottle tops, sweet wrappers & more

    Linda Bloomfield

    Porcelain tableware with tactile matt glazes & subtly coloured interiors

    Robert Ingham

    Sue Allan

    Fine wooden boxes

    Quirky textile characters

     Check regularly for updates on other future events.