Dazzling Fused and Dichroic Glass Gifts, Jewellery and Commissions

Handmade in the UK

 

Lucy Hall

juicyglass founder and maker

Lucy Hall has trained in glass design and techniques with some of Europe’s foremost glass designers, writers and technicians. Her experience includes six months studying in the heart of Sweden’s glass industry and gaining a first class degree from The National Glass Centre in Sunderland.

She has gone on to design, produce and project manage a wealth of private and public art commissions, emanating from her Nottingham based glass design studio.

Examples of Lucy’s work and that of Juicy Glass can be found countrywide including local works in The Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham City Hospital and The Broadway Cinema.

As an experienced designer and maker, Lucy has also produced a popular range of fused glass giftware and jewellery in an array of sumptuous colours and contemporary designs.
 

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Where I'll be...

 

I'll be at the following events with my glass gifts and jewellery

 

My Work

In The Real World

 

News

Where I am and where I've been...

So, after another great year and an exciting year ahead I thought I woudl let you know what I have been upto int 2017 and what I have planned for 2018.

 

Its been so lovely to catch up all my regular customers, who have offered me so many kind words about my new collection of handmade, fused and dichroic glass jewellery and giftware. Many of my customers come back year after year to add to their collection and it’s been great to meet so many new customers as well.

In 2017 I attended a number of new shows. Firstly the vibrant, Patchings Art Festival, which was such a great sucess that I have already booked to be part of their special 25th anniversary festival in July 2018. Then the fabulous Great Dorset Steam Fair, where I was awarded the trophy for best new stall. It must be the year for anniversaries, because I shall be returning to Dorset in August 2018 for the 50th Anniversary Great Steam Fair, which should prove to be a very exciting event.

I am also very excited to announce that I am hoping to be bringing my range plus a new selection of handmade fused and dichroic glass, to the WOMAD festival, Wiltshire, for the first time in Wiltshire in 2018.

And for those of you who can't make it to these events, I'll be opening an Etsy shop in spring 2018 so watch this space for announcements.
 

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