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20th May 2022 
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Welcome to Circa Glass

Last updated on 10.04.2019.
We specialise in twentieth century decorative and collectable glass.
If you would like further information please contact us.

Left: An Azurene paperweight.

*Please note that we do not offer a valuation service.

Currently we are not actively selling glass through this site but if you have specific enquiries please do not hesitate to contact us.


We are very experienced in packaging glass and to date no pieces have been damaged in the post.

All pieces offered for sale are in excellent condition other than occasional minor imperfections commensurate with age. It is extremely important to us that our customers are happy with their purchase, and so you have the opportunity to return the item within three weeks if you are not completely satisfied. All we ask is that you let us know in advance and return the piece in the same condition with the same or similar packaging and we will return your payment upon receipt. In the unlikely event of your item arriving damaged or broken, please retain all packaging until a claim lodged with Royal Mail is concluded.


If you would like to pay via BACS please email us and we will send you an invoice.

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We also take payment via PayPal if preferred. Please e-mail us if you would like to use this facility and we will send you an invoice.

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We have included some useful links below:

A discussion forum dedicated to pottery and glass

The Ysart Glass collecting site

A source of information and debate

A good site specialising in quality 20th century glass

Another good site, this time specialising in Art Nouveau/Art Deco glass

Glass Etc, a glass gallery and more in Rye owned by Andy and Helen McConnell www.decanterman.comThe Contemporary Glass Society

An online gallery selling contemporary art in various media

An interesting site for collectors of Isle of Wight glass

Mark Hill's blog