Thames Glass Carafe & Tumbler Set
Thames Glass Carafe & Tumbler Set
Thames Glass Carafe & Tumbler Set

Thames Glass Carafe & Tumbler Set

Carafe & Tumbler Set is part of the Thames Glass Collection from Lulu Harrison. This unique glassware is made using local and waste materials sourced in and around the River Thames, including local river sands, wood ashes and waste quagga mussel shells sourced from Thames Water. The design behind these pieces is inspired by our precious water resource and communal sharing / drinking / eating.

Lulu is a Geo Alchemist Glass Artist and researcher in sustainable material development, she creates glass artefacts inspired by primitive glass making and with as little impact on the environment as possible. By combining crafts, design, and science, her work seeks to redefine the meaning of ‘luxury.’

Collaborators: Here Design, Thames Water, The Glass Hub.
Glass blowers: Sacha Delabre and Rosie Power.

Material: Hand-blown glass using a mould (colour source is mussel shells)
cm: Tumblers from Height 7 - 9.5cm Carafe from Height 24.5 to 25cm
inches: Tumblers from Height 2.7 - 3.7in Carafe from Height 9.6 to 9.8in
Care Instructions: Clean by hand with soap & water

Price: This collection comprises of limited edition pieces which are now sold and not repeatable. Please enquire to be added to a waiting list to hear of Lulu's new work when it becomes available.

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From raw material to molten glass, Lulu is involved in every stage of the glass-making process. From sourcing the materials to working with glass blowers to create beautiful artefacts. There are several stages of sourcing and production that go into the making of Thames Glass.

Thames Glass is made using local river sands, wood ash, and waste quagga mussel shells sourced from Thames Water. Each of these materials contributes towards the basic chemical components needed within glassmaking.
Once processed by hand, the glass is melted, blown and shaped into the desired shapes working with skilled glassblowers, and then placed into the kiln to anneal.