GlasshouseUK

Handmade glass homeware, jewellery and airplants

Brighton, United Kingdom | 324 Sales

GlasshouseUK

Handmade glass homeware, jewellery and airplants

Brighton, United Kingdom 324 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Note from shop owner Shop will be closed whilst I prepare for The Stylist Live event next month - any enquiries please contact glasshouses.info [!at] gmail.com

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Oct 16, 2018

Shop will be closed whilst I prepare for The Stylist Live event next month - any enquiries please contact glasshouses.info [!at] gmail.com

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Updates

Handmade terracotta incense stick holders, made by Hackney Potter, London.
New packaging for the DIY terrarium kit
Display case for showing off your big rocks
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About

Glasshouse

Glasshouse was established by Fiona Thomson in 2015. Working with stained glass combined her interests in interior design, working by hand with minimal machinery and a passion for creating her own designs. She is inspired by botanicals & architecture amongst many other things.

Fiona studied 3D Design at Brighton University, her graduation pieces were published notably in Elle Decoration & and The Telegraph magazine. They were also featured online by many interior/design websites including Designboom and Dezeen.

She has worked in various industries including buying, silversmithing, photography and magazine interior styling, but not finding one to settle into, Fiona decided she wanted to create a small handmade business of her own.

She attended a few different evening classes in stained glass, and soon bought all the essential tools she needed to start and got designing! Her work has now been featured in The Stylist & Home Style magazine, she has worked on large commissions for Bombay Sapphire and has numerous stockists within the UK.

Everything is designed and handmade by Fiona in her home studio in Brighton, she hopes her small business continues to grow.

Shop members

  • Fiona

    Owner

    Hello! I am Fiona, the owner and creator of Glasshouse. I love all things glass and I am constantly making new things to add to my shop. I hope you like them! INSTAGRAM: glass_house_studio FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/glasshouseatelier

Production partners

  • Hackney Potter

    Hackney, England

    Handmade in Hackney, stoneware fired and glazed with dinnerware safe glazes. Each pot starts life being handmade on the potter's wheel.

  • Suede & Co

    London, England

    Leather goods designer and maker based in London.

Shop policies

Last updated on November 20, 2017
Hello! Welcome to my little glass boutique, full of carefully designed and handmade products for yourself and your home.

Most items are made to order, especially the bigger things so please allow maximum 2 weeks for orders to reach you in the UK and Europe and 4 weeks the rest of the world!

Happy shopping!

Accepted payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Apple Pay
  • Klarna
  • Sofort
  • Ideal
  • Paypal
  • GiftcardAccepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept cancellations
Request a cancellation within: 2 days of purchase
I don't accept returns or exchanges
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Returns and exchange details
DAMAGED
Glasshouse will handle and package your products with great care and excessive bubble wrap! However in the event that your purchased item has arrived damaged/ broken please contact me within 7 days of receiving it. A refund will be issued once the package has been returned to me, preferably in its original packaging.

EXCHANGE
If you wish to exchange your product, please contact me within 7 days of receiving it. If it is for an item of higher value you will need to pay the difference and return the item in its original packaging before i can send you your exchange.

Please note unfortunately GLASSHOUSE cannot cover the shipping costs of returns or exchanges.
Payment
Glasshouse accepts payments through PayPal, the quickest and safest method of paying for things online.
For more information about purchasing with a credit card through PayPal, please check this https://www.etsy.com/help/article/361

If you would like to pay using a credit/debit card you can also use this at the checkout.
Shipping
UK SHIPPING
All UK orders are posted 2nd class recorded via Royal Mail. Once they have been delivered they should be with you within 2-3 working days. You will be notified when it has been dispatched.

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING
Are delivered via Air Mail and take between 3-4 weeks to arrive depending on where in the world you are.

All customers are responsible for any custom charges or import taxes which may incur with your delivery. We are also unable to refund any of these costs to you. Please be sure to check for additional charges before making a purchase.
Additional policies and FAQs
FAQs

• How long until my order is shipped?
Most orders will be shipped between 1-2 weeks from when the order was placed. If you have ordered multiple items, the lead time may increase; the customer will be informed if this is case.

• Do you ship internationally?
Yes, I do. Internationally shipping costs will occur, please contact me for fees.

• How do I care for my stained glass piece?
Never use products that you use to clean regular household glass with! This will damage the solder and copper foil. All items are waxed and cleaned before shipping, if you want to clean it, use a clean and dry cotton cloth.
For jewellery, try not to get it wet, spray perfume or sun cream on it or the patina will discolour quickly. Don’t drop it either!

• Do you do custom orders?
Yes I most certainly do. If you have an idea or want to discuss a custom order please email me at glasshouses.info [!at] gmail.com
Please note that all custom orders are non-refundable once the production process has begun and payment must be fully cleared before production.

• What materials do you use?
Glasshouse use 3 mm clear or stained glass, solder that is 60% tin and 40% lead, as it standard for most stained glass items and patina acid for coloring. Finally it is waxed using renaissance wax.