JBT Glass

2020 sees the launch of JBT Glass and is set to be an exciting year with the opening of their new studio in Leeds. This beautiful creative space has a lovely first floor gallery and training area, and fully equipped ground floor workshop.

To give a little background Jewellery By Trudy was established in 2007 by artist and designer Trudy Haigh who still remains as the driving influence in the company. In 2017 Trudy was joined by artist and daughter, Gemma, and the nature of the work continued to evolve to a point where a change of name to JBT Glass became essential as it more accurately reflects the nature of the products which are no longer solely jewellery.

Taking inspiration from nature and the beautiful English landscape JBT Glass produce unique pieces of widely sort after glass art.

Within their purpose built studio Trudy and Gemma produce fabulous bespoke murrini, vitrigraph stringers and cane all available for use in their own designs and for students during workshops, giving students more creative flexibility when considering design options.

Using only the highest quality carefully sourced materials to ensure top quality products. JBT Glass also maintain a zero waste policy, all scrap glass is converted into frit (small gravel like pieces of glass), stringers or cane which are then used in their artwork and all packaging materials are recycled wherever possible.

2020 sees the launch of JBT Glass and is set to be an exciting year with the opening of their new studio in Leeds. This beautiful creative space has a lovely first floor gallery and training area, and fully equipped ground floor workshop.

To give a little background Jewellery By Trudy was established in 2007 by artist and designer Trudy Haigh who still remains as the driving influence in the company. In 2017 Trudy was joined by artist and daughter, Gemma, and the nature of the work continued to evolve to a point where a change of name to JBT Glass became essential as it more accurately reflects the nature of the products which are no longer solely jewellery.

Taking inspiration from nature and the beautiful English landscape JBT Glass produce unique pieces of widely sort after glass art.

Within their purpose built studio Trudy and Gemma produce fabulous bespoke murrini, vitrigraph stringers and cane all available for use in their own designs and for students during workshops, giving students more creative flexibility when considering design options.

Using only the highest quality carefully sourced materials to ensure top quality products. JBT Glass also maintain a zero waste policy, all scrap glass is converted into frit (small gravel like pieces of glass), stringers or cane which are then used in their artwork and all packaging materials are recycled wherever possible.

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