A big thank-you to all our loyal customers at the Annual Sale. £756 was raised by the raffle in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust. The winners are: A set of champagne glasses – N Vestey A set of wine glasses – AM Hetrick A set of tumblers – V Garner The lanterns/vessels were… Read more »
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Welcome to our sale, with 20% off all tableware and a chance to win a set of glasses in the raffle! We hope you will join us for a glass of mulled wine and also enjoy viewing new work on display in our refurbished Gallery.
A CAA Collaboration with the Crafts Council Directory, Inspiring Dining is a showcase of dining settings in the British Craft Pavillion at the London Design Fair. Work featured by Heather Belcher, Dylan Bowen, Kyra Cane, Daphne Carnegy, Carina Ciscato, Graeme Hawes, Stewart Hearn, Akiko Hirai, Keenan, Choi Keeryong, Dan Kelly, Ray Key, Charlie MacPherson, Nick… Read more »
The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction will be announced by its sponsor, Richard Buccleuch, at the Borders Book Festival on Saturday 18 June. The shortlisted authors for this year’s literary prize which includes a commissioned Lindean Mill Glass panel as well as £25,000 are Allan Massie, Simon Mawer, Lucy Treloar, Gavin McCrea, William Boyd… Read more »
THE GLASSBLOWING TASTER SESSIONS FOR SATURDAY 7TH ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED! The Selkirk Festival will coincide with the Borders-wide Science Festival (BSF), the Festival of Architecture (FOA) and the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design (YIAD) 2016. Glass as a material has played a key role in architecture and science. Reflections: glass: water: art: science is… Read more »
A big thank you to all our loyal customers at the Annual Sale. £356 was raised by the raffle in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust. The winners are: A set of champagne glasses – S.Begg A set of wine glasses – L.Young A set of tumblers – M.Fraser
New vases and bowls as well as our tableware in this year’s Sale. New wall-mounted glass panels are also exhibited in the gallery. The Sale continues daily until Saturday 5pm.
11 – 14 June 2015 John Spurling has won the sixth £25,000 Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction for his novel set in imperial China, The Ten Thousand Things. The author was at the Brewin Dolphin Borders Book Festival in Melrose, Scotland to receive his prize from the Duke of Buccleuch. John Spurling was also… Read more »