Brad Smith Studios, Glassware, Vases, and Glass art.

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Sales 787
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Video summary: See the process for making one of my colorful hand blown glass pint glasses

Thanks for visiting my shop! I make and sell quality American made blown glass including hand made drinking

Brad Smith was born in Hartford, Connecticut. He began blowing glass in 1998 at Bucks Rock performing and visual arts camp in New Milford, CT. Brad Studied glassblowing at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, NH, and later at the Appalachian Center for Craft in Smithville, TN. Brad has also studied at Pilchuck Glass School, Urban Glass, Haystack Mountain school of crafts, the Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass. Brad earned his BFA in glass at the Appalachian center for Craft, part of Tennessee Technological University. Brad relocated to Santa Fe, NM where he lived and worked for 5 years, primarily focusing on retail craft shows. In 2017 Brad relocated to Asheville, NC continuing his career, and in 2019 completed construction of his own hot glass studio. He Lives and works in Asheville with his wife Kendall White, a fiber artist, with whom he recently welcomed their first child Elliott Smith into the world.

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    Brad Smith has been blowing glass since 1998. Earning a degree from The Appalachian Center For Craft, Brad has always strived for technical expertise, as well as unique designs steeped in classical techniques.

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Last updated on Jul 9, 2022
Frequently asked questions
Do you offer wholesale pricing?

I offer wholesale to qualified buyers. Please get in touch with me about setting up an account.

Can I put your cups in the dishwasher?

Hand blown glass is surprisingly durable. One thing our glass does not do well with is heat. Machine washing is not recommended. It is best to hand wash our glasses, and to never serve hot liquids in them.

Are the glasses exacltly the same?

Due to the handmade quality of our glasses, each cup will vary in color pattern as well as in height. We do our best to send you a good matching set, however some variation will occur. It's all part of the magic of buying hand made glassware!