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Malcolm's glass is represented in various art galleries and museums and is collected throughout the UK and worldwide.

To all our lovely customers and friends, the time has come for us to have a change. After 15 very happy years in Penryn we have closed the gallery and found a new studio.

We have settled in Wales near Llanwrtyd Wells and are still in the process of setting up our new glass studio.

Some of our stock is available to purchase now, each item that is available is clearly marked.

Sorry but no baubles are in stock at all.

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All the items you see on our site are one-off pieces and totally unique, the item that you see is the actual piece you will receive when you purchase it.

Customer comments -

"Thank you so much for the order which I received this morning - both baubles are absolutely beautiful and I will definitely be ordering more -
The packaging was excellent, speed of delivery exceptional ,and I am really impressed with the service given by yourselves."

"My lovely hawthorn vase has arrived safely. It really is a thing of beauty and very evocative - it reminds me of walks in Cornwall"

"Just wanted to let you know that the bowls arrived safely and they are absolutely beautiful, I am reluctant to give them away as gifts! Thanks very much."

"Thank you for the beautiful bowl. It is even better than it looked in the photos on your website! I am so pleased. When the sun shines through it the colours reflect patterns on the windowsill where I have put it. Gorgeous. I will treasure it."

"Thank you very much for the bowl which arrived promptly and beautifully packed. I am delighted with the bowl. Sadly I am having to leave Cornwall and the bowl will be a joyful reminder of my 'home'."