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Discovery Glass

3 Killinchy Street, Comber, County Down, BT23 5AP
Pieces of handmade jewellery

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Inspired by an eclectic mix of styles, I work intuitively using painting, kiln forming and soldering to enhance the intrinsic beauty and magic of glass. The resulting creations range from jewellery ( including wedding accessories) to boxes, lighting, mirrors, sun catchers, panels, awards and windows. I also undertake commissions and supply the discerning craft retailer. Customers interested in processes can have demonstrations if suited to the existing work schedule.

One day workshops given on ‘Tiffany’ glass and fused glass. Taster Workshops in ‘Tiffany’ glass also provided. Member of
Creative Peninsula, Comber Creatives, Craft Design Collective, Northern Ireland Independent Retail Traders Association,a British Society of Master Glass Painters and Comber Commerce & Development Group. French spoken. Studio near Scrabo Tower, Castle Espie and Comber Greenway. Comber has a wide selection of quality cafes and restaurants. Tourist brochures available.

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Opening Times

* Telephone for an appointment
Tuesday - Friday 09:30 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00 and 14:00 - 17:00
NB - It is advisable to check before visit as, due to work practices and commitments, artist may not be available.

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Road Directions

Directions from Town:
Directions: From Belfast City Centre, take direction to east of the city for Newtownards and Comber. At Dundonald take the right fork in the road to Comber, keep on until the very end of the road. (Do not take any turn-off to Comber). At the T-junction, turn left. As you approach the Square, Discovery Glass is a long, low cottage on the left. Approaching from Newtownards, take the Comber by-pass. At the roundabout, go straight on. Continue to the second roundabout, and then turn right into the town. As you approach the square, the studio is on the left, just before the post box and Danske Bank.

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