Photo credits Darren Weed and Hayley Gammon

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What is Lampworking


Lampworking is a type of glasswork where a torch is primarly used to melt the glass. The glass is heated until molten, wound around a specialy coated steel mandrel, forming the base bead.

 

Once in a molten state, the glass is formed by shaping with tools and hand movements. Lampworking is a very carming and enjoyable way of creating your own unique beads

Prices and details


One to one lessons £45.00

Two student lessons £60.00 (£30.00pp)

 

 

Health and safety protective glasses are provided

 

Over 18s only

 

 

Location 

 

Studio 8

The Makers Dozen studios in the Wolverhampton Art Gallery 

Information
 
 

If you want to make an extra special personal gift or learn a new skill, Lampworking is a great place to start

 

Lampworking is a very creative activity, using a blowtorch and coloured glass rod

 

Within the two hour lessons the student will produce their own collection of beads, using coloured glass rods and specialist lampworking equipment.

 

Students will also keep all demonstration beads

 

 

Glass Lampworking Lessons 

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