Hand-Blown Glass Art, Sculpture and Décor

New York, United States · 302 Sales


Hand-Blown Glass Art, Sculpture and Décor

New York, United States 302 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
Luke Gilvey

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Luke Gilvey

Glass Pumpkin in Soft Glossy Deep Magenta
Glass Pumpkin in Transparent Clear Glass
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Luke Gilvey is a second-generation glassblower and has been working with glass since he was 9 years old. He began training at his family's home studio in Dutchess County in 1989, and from age 15 has been working as a full-time independent glass artist. His creations have been exhibited in galleries across the country, including the renowned Corning Museum of Glass and the Firehouse Gallery at Hudson Beach Glass in Beacon, NY. Luke is most immediately recognized for his colorful line of glass pumpkins and gourds, which are coveted by collectors around the world. Each piece is individually hand-blown and annealed at the Gilvey family studio.

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  • Luke


    Master glassblower since 1989 and full time independent artist based in the Hudson Valley. He originally learned to blow glass in the basement of his family's home in Poughquag, NY where his father, also a glass artist, had a small studio.

Shop policies

Last updated on October 18, 2016

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PayPal is the quickest and easiest way to pay for your items. We also accept checks, money orders, and Bitcoin - please contact Sarah to arrange one of these alternative payment methods. New York state residents pay 8% sales tax.
We ship all domestic orders via USPS Priority Mail, unless otherwise requested. All shipping charges include packaging, insurance, and delivery confirmation.

Depending on Luke's workload and the day on which you place your order, it may take several days for your order to ship. (As an example, it takes one full day for the furnace to heat up and one full day for the finished piece to harden in the annealer, so a piece not already in stock will have at least a 3-4 day lead time.) We will always try to provide the most accurate ETA possible and aim for turnaround of less than a week for non-custom orders.

If you are purchasing your items as a gift, or if you need them shipped urgently or by a certain day, please let us know and we will make every effort to get them in the mail in time for your requested delivery date (note there may be additional shipping charges).

International orders will ship via USPS Priority Mail International, and will incur an additional $15.00 shipping and handling fee to allow for any duties, taxes and levies.
Refunds and Exchanges
We include insurance with all sales that ship via USPS. If your purchase is damaged or broken in transit, please contact Sarah ASAP with a picture of the broken item and we will send a replacement as similar as possible to the original.
Additional policies and FAQs
Luke loves one-off work! Custom orders are welcomed and appreciated. If you see something in the shop that you like, but would prefer in a different color/shape/size, please contact him via the "Request Custom Order" link in the lefthand sidebar.