Purchase & Commissions

You can contact Sue to see if a particular piece shown is still for sale or whether she can create a variation on that theme.  As Sue uses re-cycled glass extensively this is not always possible, especially with ‘charity shop treasures’ where the glass is a limited edition.  As they are handmade even the sheets of raw art glass are never identical and colours and textures can vary considerably. Sue may be able to send you additional photos of other pieces based on what attracts you or you could discuss a commission designed to meet your specifications.   

If you live locally to Sue in Nottingham you could arrange an appointment or to attend one of her monthly Private Views.  Examples of her work can also been seen at the following galleries and retail outlets who may also be able to arrange commissions.  For purchases Sue can accept payment via cheque, postal order, PayPal or via telephone most debit and credit cards.  Sue routinely uses Special Delivery which guarantees next day delivery and up to £500 insurance cover. She uses recycled packaging materials wherever possible to help reduce the carbon footprint of her business.  

Recent commissions include transforming champagne bottles into commemorative jewellery and incorporating locks of hair in wedding and other celebratory pieces thus turning pendants and cuff links into secret invisible lockets. You can click here for examples of some recent commissions

An indication of prices in the ranges is given but no two pieces are identical and some defy categorisation or cross ranges.  Other colours, sizes and designs are available in all ranges. At the point of ordering we can finalise prices to fit your specific requirements or bespoke commissions.  A silver plated choker or leather thong and presentation pouches and cufflink boxes if required are included in the price.  Silver chains or chokers can be supplied at extra cost subject to availability.

"My fascination with glass dates back to beach combing sea-tumbled glass as a child and the up-lifting experiences of entering a darkened church and discovering the treasures of a beautiful stained glass window."

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