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 Membery, Lindean Mill, Sue Paraskeva, Michael Ruh, Laurance Simon, Michael Taylor, Mark Titchener, James & Tilla Waters and Takeshi Yasuda.
22 – 25 September 2016
Old Truman Brewery, 26 Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR
The glass panel ‘NorthLands’ was made this year and in response to explorations of ‘Time & Space’ during a Masterclass at North Lands Creative Glass Centre.
North Lands Creative Glass Centre is celebrating its 20th anniversary and we will be showing work in our gallery inspired by North Lands Master Class ‘Landscapes & Mirrors’ at Lybster cemetery.
Please note, the glass studio, shop and gallery are closed on the 16th, 17th and 18th September, then open again for visitors as usual.
Image: glass panel detail, ‘NorthLands’ 2016
In the Sunday Observer’s Agenda article (21st Aug, 2016), Stewart Lee writes about the Edinburgh Festival, Brexit and the Millennium Clock at the National Museum of Scotland.
Read full article
The Gallery is now open and we would like to welcome visitors to view our new work on show.
The Gallery is closed for renovations but glass panels and vessels can still be viewed in our home setting by appointment. The studio and shop is open as usual.
Congratulations to Simon Mawer who has won the 2016 Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction for his novel Tightrope.
The author received the £25,000 award from the Duke of Buccleuch at the Brewin Dolphin Borders Book Festival in Melrose.
Simon Mawer was also awarded a glass panel, titled Borderlands, commissioned from Lindean Mill Glass.
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 and Patrick Gale.