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Isle of Glass

Isle of Glass

For a small Island, only 13 mile wide by 23 miles long, the Isle of Wight has more than its fair share of art glass studios, with four open to the public where you can see the beautiful glass creations being made.

Glory Art Glass - Aegean by Jo MacaulaySo why are there so many glass makers here? Perhaps it is due to the tourists who visit each year fascinated by the glass makers magical skill. Or perhaps it is because the Island’s beautiful topography has been inspiring creative artists for hundreds of years…

Find out more in our glass maker foci, where we meet the makers who are located across the Island; to the West is Alum Bay Glass part of the Needles Park visitor experience, to the south is Isle of Wight Studio Glass whose prestigious work is on sale in Fortnum n Mason, to the East is Glory Art Glass in Sandown and nestled in the middle you’ll find Diamond Isle Glass at Arreton Old Village.