Monmouth glass studio is based in New Zealand, where they hand-make a range of bespoke blown glass lighting and home-wares, as well as custom made glass objects.
“The lighting is free-blown, without moulds, which allows for individuality and a genuine hand-made aesthetic.”
Their aim is to make things that have value in their aesthetic beauty, necessity and function. That’s why every piece is hand shaped and finished using traditional glass blowing techniques that date back hundreds of years.
“Here at Monmouth Glass we handcraft exquisite glass objects that people need and use every day. ”
Glassblowing is a limitless and versatile medium. The intrinsically fluid properties of glass make it unlike any other material.
“Each piece is hand-blown by us in the traditional method at our studio in Grey Lynn, Auckland”
Their philosophy is based in the handmade for everyday use: “There is something invaluable about using handmade objects in daily life: to drink from, to eat out of, or to light the space we live in. We believe in quality items that are well-designed, well-made, and will stand the test of time.”
Steel blue bell pendant with cord grip lamp holder and flex
Monmouth is a traditional glassblowing studio. Their furnace holds 120 kilos of glass.
Stephen Bradbourne and Isaac Katzoff. Monmouth is a traditional glassblowing studio.
It is kept molten at a temperature of 1110 degrees Celsius twenty four hours a day seven days a week. Every piece is gathered from the furnace then hand shaped and blown.
“Square Cups – Bronze and Tea. Each of these cups are handmade and one a kind”
Monmouth is a small collaborative glassblowing studio in Auckland. It was established in 2013 by Stephen Bradbourne and Isaac Katzoff.
Clear ghost pendant with lamp holder and flex
Customers can also choose a design and customise colour and size to suit their space and needs.
Lamps and Lights offer a variety of products that can be used to design bespoke lighting installations accompanying hand blown glass features.
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