NATIONAL MARBLE MUSEUM
TEIGN VALLEY GLASS
Glass (TVG) was established
in 1981 to supply its sister company, House
of Marbles, with unusual handmade Victorian replica marbles
for collectors. They soon discovered that there was an extensive worldwide
market for these individual pieces, particularly in the United States,
where studio glass marbles can change hands for thousands of dollars.
Over the years, the team of artists and designers at TVG
(based in Bovey Tracey, England) have become known for producing pieces
which are too intricate to be made by mass production manufactures
but which are still affordable, beautiful and unique. The capacity
to produce small runs to customer's individual requirements has attracted
an impressive client list including Harrods,
The National Glass Centre in Suderland,
Dartington Crystal and Christian
The House of Glass donated 14 pieces of
Teign Valley Glass art glass marbles to
the National Marble Museum collection. Each Piece is a perfect hand-crafted
sphere of about 1 and 1/2 inch in diameter. The following pieces are
from their current line of art glass.
Museum of American Glass in West Virginia
wishes to thank The House of Marbles
and Teign Valley Glass for donating to
The National Marble Museum Collection. This impressive selection is
now part of the marble display at the Museum
of American Glass's National Marble Museum Collection.
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