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Frequently Asked Questions

Sue and Lynn like nothing better than having to chat face to face with customers at the craft shows we attend.  It gives us a great platform not only to showcase our work but to answer many of the questions our customers have, such as, “How long does it take you to paint a glass?” 

From time to time we take the opportunity to present in a LIVE STREAM from our facebook account, but we are aware not everyone indulges in social media. 

So here are a few of the questions we get asked again and again…

 

We get asked this question a lot! Its not something we have ever done a time and motion study on. When we paint, we do so in batches, often working on more than one design at the same time, allowing each piece time enough to dry before applying the next layer

The Paint we use on all our glassware is compatible with ceramic and glass surfaces and is deemed dishwasher safe by the paint manufacturers. Once each piece is air dried, we bake in a domestic oven to a fairly high temperature, which bonds the paint to the glass. However, to ensure your purchase stands the test of time, we advise to hand wash. Visit our section on caring for your glass.

The Paint we use on all our glassware is compatible with ceramic and glass surfaces and is deemed dishwasher safe by thre paint manufacturers. Once each piece is air dried, we bake in a domestic oven to a fairly high temperature, which bonds the paint to the glass. However, to ensure your purchase stands the test of time, we advise to hand wash. Visit our section on caring for your glass.

The development of a specific design can often take months to develop. Therefore we focus on our own designs and specifications. The last thing we would want to do is to disappoint, as what might be in your head we may not be able to replicate.

Adding a name to our design changes its composition, therefore we prefer not to do this. In our experience we find when a piece is altered in this way, it gets put into a cupboard never to be used, which defeats the object of our product. Concepts glassware is to be enjoyed every day.

Both Sue and Lynn work from their respective homes, in both Wiltshire and Hampshire

As much as it would be fun to have a static shop we prefer to provide our customers with a virtual shop as its much more convenient and allows us to supply customers right across the UK. However all stock is held at our Hampshire base and if local, you can always arrange to pop in to view and purchase.

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