Our history dates back to 1328 and our Royal Charter was originally granted by Charles l in 1638. Being dedicated to the preservation of stained glass and the skills necessary to produce this beautiful art form, our members range from highly skilled crafts people to those who simply enjoy an involvement in our worthy and important cause. We offer both individual and corporate membership packages with great benefits including opportunities to participate in events such as lectures and cultural events.

Latest News

 
  The Glaziers’ Annual Prize Giving and Reception at Glaziers Hall on Thursday 25 May 2017.
5.00pm Coffee and Tea in the Foyer 5.35pm Presentation: Oksana Kondratyeva (past Travelling Scholarship Winner). 5.55pm PRIZEGIVING 2017 Stevens Architectural Glass Competition Prizes Award for Excellence Ashton Hill Award Travelling Scholarship Continuing Professional Development Awards 6.45pm – 7.15pm Drinks Reception – An opportunity to view the entries for the Stevens Competition; meet the students and winners of the Competition and Awards   At 7.20 pm, acclaimed broadcaster & architectural historian Lady Lucinda Lambton will give a short lecture on stained glass in historical buildings of note, including some of her personal favourites. She is also a prolific author and wrote ‘Temples of Convenience, Palaces of Delight’, which happens to link neatly to the subject of this year’s Stevens Competition Brief!   This will be followed by a light supper in the River Room, for which there will be a charge of £45 per head, including wine.  Please confirm your attendance for catering purposes by Monday 22nd May.  Thank you. STEVENS PRIZEGIVING BOOKING FORM FOR GLAZIERS 2017 (1)  
  Masters Visit to Somerset 18th to the 21st of May Think of Somerset and what comes to mind - stunning views across open countryside, sandy beaches, superb strawberries, Cheddar cheese and cider? World-wide, our county is famous for its Glastonbury Festival, illuminated carnivals, Mulberry handbags and Arthurian Legends. There is more! Much more” We will be visiting the glass studio, to see workshops which are set in a walled courtyard, occupying an historic coach-house and stabling buildings close to the Cathedral. Lunch will be at the Bishop’s Palace.t The Fleet Air Arm Memorial Church, in Yeovilton. We will visit a Liveryman's home and library and visit to the Minster in Ilminster, with its stunning windows as well as a visit to a cider farm. Further details and a Booking Form can be found by clicking below.;MASTERS VISIT TO SOMERSET (1)  

Livery Briefing

This is the latest bi monthly Livery Briefing Dececmber Liv Brf 2016.

City of London's ROTLM

Competition for glass artists with City of London's prestigious ROTLM now open. Full brief here: http://bit.ly/2i6jQaC

The Stevens Competition 2017

Details of the 2017 can be found at Stevens Competition 2017 . The 2016 competition was a great success and showed the real interest there is in the Craft, as well as giving students the opportunity to make specifiers aware of their ability. We are sure that 2017 will be just as successful and give just as many opportunities.
The Diary for 2016/17 is now available in full on the Events page
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