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    Warm welcome with mouth-blown glass

    Custom design, leaded glass, great effect

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    A place to reflect

    Hospice serenity, comfort by day and by night

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    Lighting with a heritage

    Traditional style brought up to date

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    Inspired by the night sky

    Fused glass brings the heavens to the table


Custom Architectural Glass

Windows and cabinet doors


Three-Dimensional Glass

Lamps, light vessels, and art objects


Mirrors and glass panels

Custom design or already made


Fused Glass

Bowls, platters, and other dishes

Latest News

Apple-less autumn

October 23rd, 2016

From northwest-facing windows beyond my computer monitor, only one tree remains totally green. An orange maple is flanked by other yellow-tipped maples and shrubs, and a couple leafless locusts. There is some yellow and orange visible through the windows to my right, but most of those trees shed their vivid leaves when beaten by rain   

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Storm King

August 19th, 2016

In early June, after delivering a pair of custom mirrors to northern New Jersey, Jay and I drove on to Storm King Art Center near New Windsor, New York. Storm King is an outstanding sculpture park on 500 acres in the lower Hudson Valley. The sculpture park lies between its namesake Storm King Mountain, several   

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Mirror, mirror

July 10th, 2016

Last spring we delivered a pair of custom mirrors to a client. The project began with an inquiry via CustomMade, a platform that connects people and their ideas with creative makers. This inquiry was for a large mirror made in the style of our irregular border mirrors. Jay creates those mirrors with hand-rolled opalescent glass,   

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Poem in your pocket

April 17th, 2016

April 21 is this year’s Poem in Your Pocket Day, for many people the highlight of National Poetry Month. Founded in 1996 and celebrated every April, National Poetry Month is the largest literary celebration in the world. In conjunction with National Poetry Month 2002, New York City’s Office of the Mayor, in partnership with the   

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