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Exhibitors List - 4 November 2018 Glass Fair

The following glass dealers, artists and organisations exhibited at our
November 2018 National Glass Fair.

Our exhibitors stock various styles of glass from many different periods, so we have accompanied each exhibitor listing with information about the type of glass they sell.

You can also visit our Floor Plans page and preview the stand layout for the fair.

To see a selection of the type of glassware available to buy at the November 2018 National Glass Fair fair, please visit our Preview Gallery.


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Peter Adamson - Fine English and Continental glass from the 17th and 18th centuries. www.adamsonantiques.com

Stand No. 32 - Hall 2

   
Richard Anderson - 20th century glass.

Stand No. 62 - Hall 3

   
Artius Glass -

 

Appointed secondary market specialists to Isle of Wight studio glass and studios associated with Michael Harris. www.artiusglass.co.uk

Stand No. 13 - Hall 1

   
John Balcomb - Mdina, Isle of Wight Glass & Studio Glass.

Stand No. 36 - Hall 2

   
Vic Bamforth -

 

Contemporary glass artist. www.vicbamforthglass.com

Artist Profile >>>

Stand No. 25 - Hall 2

   
Nigel Benson -

 

British glass from 1870 to 1980 and post-war Scandinavian and Italian art glass.
www.20thcentury-glass.org.uk

Stand No. 39 - Hall 2

   
Bonnons Antique Glass -

 

Specialists in 18th & 19th century antique glassware. www.bonnonsantiqueglass.co.uk

Stand No. 11 - Hall 1


Richard Burnett -
(La Boheme Collectables) 
20th Century Czech Art Glass.
www.labohemecollectables.com

Stand No. 56 - Hall 3

 
Richard Caethoven - Fine English and continental glass including 20th Century art glass.

Stand No. 24 - Hall 1

   
Janet Chapman -
(Grand Vintage Attic) 
Victorian coloured & clear glass.

Stand No. 67 - Hall 3

   
Terri Colledge - Contemporary glass artist. www.terricolledgeglass.com

Stand No. 26 - Hall 2

   
The Contemporary -
Glass Society   
An organisation encouraging excellence in glass as a creative medium. www.cgs.org.uk

Stand No. 28 - Hall 2

   
Brian Coulter -

 

Georgian & early Victorian.

Stand No. 35 - Hall 2

   
Ian Cummings - Quality antique and modern paperweights. www.weights-n-things.com

Stand No. 46 - Hall 2

   
Jilly Cunningham - Contemporary glassmaker.

Stand No. 27 - Hall 2

   
Graham Drewett - 19th & 20th century glass.

Stand No. 20 - Hall 1

   
Peter Elliot -

 

20th century art glass.

Stand No. 09 - Hall 1

   
Michael Flatter -
(Glass of all Ages)  
Antique and contemporary glass.

Stand No. 58 - Hall 3

   
John Gauntlett - 20th century Art Glass.

Stand No. 68 - Hall 3

   
Christine Gibbs -
(So Last Century)  
20th century Art glass.

Stand No. 44 - Hall 2

   
The Glass Association - An organisation promoting the understanding and appreciation of glass and glass-making. The Glass Association will be selling past issues of their publications: The Cone and The Journal.

Stand No. 42 - Hall 2

   
Mervyn Gulliver - Decorative Victorian glass, mostly from Stourbridge makers.

Stand No. 43 - Hall 2

   
Michelle Guzy -

 

1950s, 60s & 70s English & Scandinavian art glass.

Stand No. 70 - Hall 3

   
Hansons Auctioneers - www.hansonsauctioneers.co.uk

Stand No. 54 - Hall 3

   
Jonathan Harris -

 

Contemporary glass artist. www.jhstudioglass.com

Artist Profile >>

Stand No. 05 - Hall 1

   
Stephen Hazell-Smith -

 

Scandinavian glass by quality makers from the
50s, 60s & 70s.

Stand No. 40 - Hall 2

   
Linda Hetherington -
(Haresfur)  
20th century Scandinavian glass.

Stand No. 47 - Hall 2

   
Philip Housden -

 

Good quality pressed glass.

Stand No. 14 - Hall 1

   
Graham Hudson - Specialist in mid-to-late 20th century art glass: especially Whitefriars.

Stand No. 21 - Hall 1

   
Susan Hunter -
(Twists Glass Studio)  
Contemporary glass maker.

Stand No. 16 - Hall 1

   
Isle of Wight Studio Glass - Contemporary glass makers.

Stand No. 33 - Hall 2

   
Elaine Jackson -

 

Fine and interesting items from 1720 to the present day. Concentrating on Georgian wine glasses, Victorian tableware, Victorian coloured decorative and pressed glass, as well as a small collection of paperweights and dumps.

Stand No. 01 - Hall 1

   
Antony Lawrence -
(Glass And Teak)  
Scandinavian glass.
www.glassandteak.com

Stand No. 31 - Hall 2

   
Steven Lewis -

 

Scandinavian, Italian & British glass from 1920 - 1980. www.orange-alert.co.uk

Stand No. 69 - Hall 3

   
Andrew Lineham -
Fine Glass  
Unusual and rare coloured glass 1810 to 1939. www.antiquecolouredglass.info

Stand No. 02 - Hall 1

   
Allister Malcolm - Contemporary glass artist. www.allistermalcolm.com

Stand No. 18 - Hall 1

   
Marris Antiques - 18th & 19th century English & Irish glass. www.marrisantiqueglass.com

Stand No. 12 - Hall 1

   
Terry Martin - Whitefriars glass & Victorian dumps.

Stand No. 34 - Hall 2

   
Bill Millar -

 

Decorated and usable glass.

Stand No. 41 - Hall 2

   
Helen Millard - Contemporary glass artist. www.helenmillard.co.uk

Stand No. 25 - Hall 1

   
Timothy Mills -

 

18th, 19th and 20th century English glass.
www.antiqueglass.org.uk

Stand No. 10 - Hall 1

   
Anne Morris -

 

British, Scandinavian & Continental Glass 1900 - 1980

Stand No. 03 - Hall 1

   
Dale Morris - Contemporary Glass plus items from the
60s & 70s.

Stand No. 55 - Hall 3

   
Jo Mullins -
(A Heart Of Glass)  
Studio and modern Czech glass. www.aheartofglass.co.uk

Stand No. 30 - Hall 2

   
Pat Murfin -
(Absolute Glass)  
Scandinavian, European and British glass.

Stand No. 63 - Hall 3

   
Tina Neale -

 

18th and 19th century collectable glassware and tableware, as well as other unusual items.

Stand No. 17 - Hall 1

   
Mark Newsum - 20th century glass.

Stand No. 56 - Hall 3

   
Melissa Nicholls - Contemporary glass artist.

Stand No. 48 - Hall 2

   
Paperweight -
Collectors Circle   
www.paperweightcollectorscircle.org.uk

Stand No. 45 - Hall 2

   
Steve Piper - Contemporary engraver. Also selling Victorian decorative glass.

Stand No. 61 - Hall 3

 

 
Clive Richards - Georgian drinking glasses.

Stand No. 52 - Hall 3

   
Ian Robinson - 20th century Czech, Scandinavian and British Glass. www.rare-necessities.co.uk

Stand No. 50 - Hall 3

   
Steve Rowe - Paperweights.

Stand No. 15 - Hall 1

   
Susanne Runacres -
(Artyfactz)  
Contemporary studio glass.

Stand No. 64 - Hall 3

   
Guergana Sabkova - Contemporary glass maker. www.reflexionglass.com

Stand No. 08 - Hall 1

   
Gordon Shaw -

 

Table glass from the 18th - 20th century.

Stand No. 51 - Hall 3

   
Alison Sherratt - Contemporary studio glass.

Stand No. 59 - Hall 3

   
Chris Snow -

 

Victorian decorative glass.

Stand No. 04 - Hall 1

   
Nigel Taylor - 20th century glass.

Stand No. 66 - Hall 3

 

 
Shane Theophilus - Early 20th century art glass, especially Lalique.
www.stdecorativearts.co.uk

Stand No. 07 - Hall 1

   
Marc Thomas - General 20th century British, Scandinavian and Czech Glass.

Stand No. 23 - Hall 1

   
Robert Tindal - Early 20th century glass of all varieties.

Stand No. 65 - Hall 3

   
Athelny Townshend -

 

Good quality 18th century drinking glasses and tableware. www.trocadero.com/athelnyantiques

Stand No. 49 - Hall 3

   
David Tulk - Specialist in Lalique.

Stand No. 29 - Hall 2

   
Danny Walker -

 

Mainly 20th century glass.

Stand No. 22 - Hall 1

   
Darren Weed - Contemporary glass artist.
www.dwglass.co.uk

Stand No. 37 - Hall 2

   
Ken Wolfe - 18th & 19th century glass.

Stand No. 53 - Hall 3

   
Tingting Zhao - Fused glass & blown glass installations.

Stand No. 60 - Hall 3

   
   
 

 

   
Please Note: Some exhibitor names may have been omitted for reasons of privacy