The Studio Glass Merchant
|30 September 16|
Only a week to go now. The show starts next Monday.<
Lalique, Galle & Daum: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Glass SpecialistsWelcome to our website.
We specialise in selling Rene Lalique, Emile Galle, Daum and art nouveau and art deco glass by Schneider & Legras, D'Argental, Baccarat, Moser, Pallme Koenig, Harrach, Josephine & Fritz Heckert, L C Tiffany, Steinschonau, Loetz, Kralik, Riedel & Rindskopf and other great makers between 1875 and 1955.
This website is our site featuring British Glass and Glass Jewellery.
To see our other two sister websites:
CLICK HERE to see Rene Lalique, Galle and Daum at www.ReneLaliqueGlass.com.
CLICK HERE to see our other French and Bohemian Glass at www.MandDMoir.com.
CLICK HERE to see where you can find us at major antique and specialist shows we are doing in and around the UK.
New This WeekWeek beginning 5th September 2016
Recently many new items have been added to both our other sites.
There are nearly 400 pictured items for sale on this website and its partner sites www.ReneLaliqueGlass.com and www.MandDMoir.com. These are live sites, new items are added EVERY week, usually by late (UK time) on Monday.
Information For New CustomersAll our items are original, i.e. to the best of our knowledge made at the factory of the named maker on or close to the dates given. We do not sell any reproductions or fakes. Unless otherwise stated all our pieces are perfect, without visible chips, cracks or other defects. All our items are between 50 and 120 years old so there are usually wear marks and minor scratches. We are happy to provide any prospective buyers with further photos and detailed description reports if required.
We are UK based, but we sell worldwide. We have been dealing in glass for over 15 years. You can buy items from us directly by E-mailing us email@example.com or phone or text us on: 07843 022591 (inside UK) or +447843 022591 (outside UK) - or by finding us at one of the major UK fairs and shows we do. CLICK HERE for the current list and dates.
As is usual with an antiques business the price you actually pay will be 10-15% less than our listed prices, plus, if required, postage (including insurance) which we charge at actual cost.
We always try to respond to serious enquiries within 48 hours, but sometimes incompatible email systems mean your email may not get through or our reply may get blocked by your spam filter. -if you email us and have not heard back within two days PLEASE phone or text us and we'll get right back to you.
Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you like our items please remember to put us on your favourites and please tell you friends about us!
Simple Payment MethodsWorldwide we accept UK £(pound) cheques, Paypal, and bank transfers via IBAN. We can also take debit cards and major credit cards (MasterCard and Visa) via phone.
Please email or call us to learn more about any of these payment methods.
Buying internationally is amazingly smooth; recently we have supplied our glass to the UK, USA, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Italy and Norway. Please remember that any charges for your own country's import duties is the responsibility of the buyer.
RETURN POLICY:Our goal is to ensure satisfied customers. If you are not content with any item we will refund your purchase price - provided you notify us within 7 days of receipt of the item; you just pay the two way postage. In the rare case where the item is not as described, we will also refund your 2-way shipping costs.
If you are familiar with the art nouveau and art deco glass of Rene Lalique, Emile Galle, Daum, Schneider & Legras, D'Argental, Moser, Loetz, Harrach, Kralik, Riedel & Rindskopf and L C Tiffany just click on them, and you will be taken directly to fine pieces from the maker of your choice. If you'd like to know more about the makers first, please click Tales of the Great Glass Makers for potted histories and explanations.
|email: email@example.com||Phone 07843 022591||Updated: 5/9/2016|