Flameworked blown and sculptural borosilicate glassNavigation
This chandelier mixes clear glass with sandblasted pieces. Sandblasting gives a frosted finish which contrasts well with the clear to make a chandelier with a very classic feel. Look more closely and you can see that the sandblasted pieces include blown fruit and vegetables...Read More
This ‘fountain’ style chandelier features blown glass blue and semi-opaque white bell flowers with flameworked glass buds, leaves and links and is inspired by campanulas, one of my favourite garden flowers. The chandelier has a very approachable feel. It is ornate...Read More
Marianne North, a nineteenth century botanical artist whose work can be seen in Kew provided the inspiration for this unique glass chandelier. The chandelier is fountain style and features an abundance of opalescent white glass flowers, buds and leaves set off by clear...Read More
by Emma Mackintosh
I am a flameworker based near Ambleside, in the heart of the Lake District. I use a small, very hot gas fired torch to melt rods and tubes of glass to create unique and detailed sculptures and blown pieces. National and international demonstrator, with work displayed worldwide. Selected products are sold on Etsy but the majority of my work is commission-based.
For further information on tuition or commissions or for any other enquiries, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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