Samphireglass

Fused glass gifts and jewellery

March, England
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Announcement    A glass artist forever learning and experimenting. I love making pendants, earrings, bowls and other items using fused glass. I love the vast array of colour's, effects and depth that glass can produce.
Jewellery is such a personal item and no piece that I produce will ever be the same.

Thank you for looking at my shop. Any questions please don't hesitate to contact me.

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Last updated on 10 Feb, 2022

A glass artist forever learning and experimenting. I love making pendants, earrings, bowls and other items using fused glass. I love the vast array of colour's, effects and depth that glass can produce.
Jewellery is such a personal item and no piece that I produce will ever be the same.

Thank you for looking at my shop. Any questions please don't hesitate to contact me.

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About Samphireglass

Sales 1,852
On Etsy since 2017

About 3 years ago I discovered silver clay and copper clay. After about 6 months of using a flame torch to fire the clay's I decided to buy a small jewellery kiln. That was an investment that I will never regret.
It made the production of silver items far easier and I was experimenting and producing earrings and pendants. It soon dawned on me that the possibility of fusing glass in the kiln was viable. Soon after purchasing a glass fusing kit I realized I have a love for glass. Ever since then I've been using it more as a hobby, making pieces for family and friends. Until I was told I should start selling them to everyone. Hence Chameleon Gifts on Instagram was born. It was only a matter of time before I came on to Etsy. Though Chameleon Gifts just did not quite fit as a shop name. Samphire was a name I remember from my childhood of a plant in the Fens, and so Samphire Glass was born.
I love the effects, colours and the vast ranges of shapes I can produce in glass. I am still learning and hopefully in time I will start to produce larger pieces.

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