Welcome

Nestled in the rolling landscape of Carrick, South Ayshire, Greendolphins Glass is a studio working in the medium of kiln-formed (fused) glass.

To find out what goes on in the ‘glassroom’ at the end of The Old Schoolhouse, click on the links below.

What

What do we make

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Where

Where are we

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Workshops

Fused glass workshops

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Who

Who are we

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Commissions

If you're looking for something unique and personal, or have an idea which you'd like to see created in glass, why not get in touch.

Online Shopping

Some of the smaller items that we make are suitable for sending through the post. Click the link below to visit our online shop at Folksy.com.

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The obligatory FB link

You don't have to be a member of Facebook to view our Facebook page, where regular updates of what's coming out of the studio are posted.

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Kirkoswald

Greendolphins Glass is located in the South Ayrshire village of Kirkoswald, around 13 miles south of Ayr on the A77.

Find out all about whisky at A D Rattray's Whisky Experience & Shop. Get your retail fix in at Kirkland's House and Garden and Saks and Hart. Grab an ice-cream, lunch or dinner at Souter's Inn. Pop into Souter Johnnie's Gallery for exhibitions of local artists (open Easter to end September) or visit our two historic churches which have connections to Robert Burns and Robert Adam.

On a regular basis, the studio at Greendolphins Glass is open to the public on weekends from 11am to 5pm (4pm during winter).

But, if you're taking a wander round the village during the week, feel free to detour up the drive at The Old Schoolhouse to visit the studio.

If the gate in the wall is open, then there's probably someone working in the studio.

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Copyright
All photographs, glasswork designs and images on this website copyright Greendolphins Glass.