News from Timothy Carter
Stained Glass Restoration For Life – Not Just For Christmas!
by Timothy Carter on September 23, 2019 at 11:09 am
Whilst many of my customers enjoy collecting my hand made glass sculptures, etched glass and oak lamps or adorning their houses with bespoke glass house number or name plaques, I often get enquiries for using my artisan skills in conservation and […]
Local Gallery Going Dotty Over My Artisan Glass Table Lamps!
by Timothy Carter on July 16, 2019 at 9:11 am
I’ve had a busy few months fulfilling orders for my handmade glass products and glass house number plaques but I’m thrilled to announce that the Leicestershire based ‘Dotty Gallery’ has started stocking my handmade artisan […]
The Future’s Bright, The Future’s Low Iron – Clearer, Brighter Glass House Numbers and Name Plaques Illuminating the Way!
by Timothy Carter on March 21, 2019 at 4:49 pm
Whilst we may consider the widely used ‘float’ glass to be clear – it isn’t actually as clear as you may think! Believe it or not it isn’t actually the most transparent glass you can get – low iron glass […]
Glass Art Memorials Celebrating Loved Ones Past, Present and Future
by Timothy Carter on November 19, 2018 at 3:40 pm
Remembrance of a loved one is often at the forefront of our minds, especially close to the Centenary anniversary of Armistice Day this November. So, this seems an appropriate time to share with you a bespoke commission I undertook to create a […]
Ding Dong! Wedding Season is upon us – meet me in June 2018 to commission your unique beautiful and personalised glass wedding gifts!
by Timothy Carter on May 23, 2018 at 11:50 am
Harry and Megan’s nuptials have launched wedding season with a right royal bang so throw out the traditional gift list and give a wedding present that will set you apart from the crowd. Mark the lucky couples’ special day with one […]
Artistic skill & precision engineering in unison to create spectacular bespoke glass art
by Timothy Carter on April 12, 2018 at 11:33 am
The creative process for each of my hand made pieces of glass art begins with me sitting at my rather battered desk, perched under the window of my studio in Rutland. Armed with a cup of coffee to help get the creative juices flowing, I […]