How can I buy your work?
Please phone or email to discuss what you require and I will send you photos and prices of what is available. Small items can be mailed to you at standard postal charges.
The main outlet I have for my work is the delightful shop Wiltshire Crafts in Lacock, Wiltshire. I am a member of a cooperative of about 12 craft people, and between us we run this small gift shop which is open 7 days a week from 10 to 4 in the winter and 10 to 5 in the summer. Only my smaller work is available here due to the size of the shop! Please look at our Facebook page.
I also attend the Craftman’s Market in Cirencester at the Corn Hall once a month, usually on the first Saturday of the month. This is a wonderful market where the stall holders are all real craft people who make their own goods to a very high standard.
Can you make special orders?
Yes, certainly. Phone or email and we can discuss what you would like, and I will give an indication of the price.
What is the process to commission a window or door panel?
Depending on where you live, my first job would be to come and visit you, see the proposed window, door etc, take measurements, and discuss with you the style, colour and type of finish you would like. I would bring with me some glass samples.
I would then prepare some design ideas for you to choose from, finalise glass choice and agree a price. When the panel is complete I will deliver it to you.
I am afraid I do not offer an installation service as I am not trained to do that, but can give you suggestions of companies who can do this for you.
Depending on the distance involved, I will make a small charge for the initial site visit and the initial design process. This would be deducted from the agreed final price.
How far from home do you operate for commissions?
I am based near Malmesbury in Wiltshire, and am happy to come out in about a 50 mile radius. If in doubt just call me! If the job sounds great I will come further! Do not let distance put you off. I have ways of working that would enable me to make something for you even if you live in the North of Scotland.