My father devised an effective method of slicing and polishing pieces of glass cullet which he bought some 40 years ago. Originally these pieces came from the famous Whitefriars Glass factory in London when it sadly closed after a distinguished 300 year history. When the furnaces were extinguished, the molten glass was left to solidify. The result was huge blocks of lead crystal. These were broken up into more manageable sizes and are what we call cullet. This cullet will eventually run out and I believe these represent an investment opportunity in a most unusual, and unrepeatable art form. There is also the added attraction of being able to commission hand engraved images: houses, racehorses, yachts, wildlife scenes, heraldry - all things are possible.
This is a small piece of Cullet at 9cm high, 8cm wide and 1.5cm deep specialist hand engraved with a Flying Scottish Red Grouse.
There are lots of different sizes to choose from just contact us for details.
This product can only be delivered guaranteed next day deliver £25.