Last Chance To Purchase is May 17 2013.
Rare Collectible Pieces from Robert's private reserve are available for sale for the first time only until May 17th.
Check our One Of A Kind and Miscellaneous pages.
Vancouver residents: Our gallery in Kitsilano is now permanently closed.
A Message from Robert Held:
To my dear and loyal customers,
This is to inform you that after 37 years in production glass and serving the gift industry, I am transitioning to retirement on my 70th birthday coming this March.
I will be closing the studio and gallery this Spring so that I can pursue my other art interests and move to Vancouver Island to be with my fiancée, Irene.
Robert Held Art Glass will continue to take orders for our current lines until January 31st 2013.
We still have a sizable inventory of glass, including some prototypes and one-of-a-kind collectables. Some of these will be added to our website to be sold over the next few months on a first come first served basis.
It is with much love and gratitude that I thank you for your loyalty and support over the years. It has been a long and interesting adventure and I am grateful that you shared it with me.
Robert Held Art Glass, Canada’s largest hot glass studio and gallery, is located in the heart of Kitsilano, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Robert Held’s art glass collections range from classic to contemporary. From vases to bowls to hearts to paperweights, his designs are inspired by the work of famous artists such as Monet, Klimt and Tiffany. Robert’s glasswork has also been chosen for many prestigious awards and collections. His goblets were selected to grace the table of the Governor General and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s collection now houses Robert’s commissioned piece “The Northern Lights” – a stunning glass bowl created with gold & dichroic glass.
Online you can see our latest collections
, learn about glass-blowing
and hopefully entice yourself to have a signed piece of art delivered to your home.
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