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Artisan Alchemy Gallery

85 Caroline Street B3 1UP


Artisan Alchemy is a contemporary gallery exhibiting bespoke furniture and fine jewellery. We highlight the best in design and quality products from makers around the UK and further afield.

Set in a renovated 19th century building which also houses workshops for artisans alongside the gallery space, Artisan Alchemy aims to create an artistic hub, bringing together the tradition of making with modern design.

Visit us and view the beautiful work on display, discuss ideas for a commission or buy a unique piece of work from the gallery.


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199 Warstone Lane Birmingham B18 6JR

0121 236 6637

We design and produce glass furniture, splashbacks and ICON digitally printed glass.  At Glassdomain we are committed to using design to improve lifestyle. Contemporary glass furniture must not only look good but also meet our customers’ changing needs.

All of our glass furniture is designed to maximise the effective use of your space, to provide truly innovative and flexible storage solutions for the home or office.

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GM Glass Design

23C Vyse Street Birmingham B18 6LE

0121 251 6812 / 07739010766

Robert Garner is an experienced glass artist.  I create bespoke pieces of work, etching glass using contemporary or traditional designs. Some of the glass I create are wall art, mirrors, door panels, windows, deep sculptured glass, etc.

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Kerry O’Connor

Hockley Birmingham

07974 972716

Creating hand made ceramics and metal, tableware, and items for the interior.  Designer of the The Sun Military Awards as presented at the Imperial War Museum by Kate Middleton and Princes William and Harry.

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Did You Know that?...


Worcestershire Medal Service (Gladman and Norman) joined forces with two other Jewellery Quarter companies – Toye, Kenning and Spencer, and Thomas Fattorini – to win the contract to produce the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medals.


The Queen’s birthday honours medals were made in the area.