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Gordon Studio Glassblowers

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The MOST Amazing Place

Absolutely amazing to watch these very talented glassblowers. Walked in to the shop to where you... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2018
JDFC13
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Melbourne, Australia
Worth a visit

A magazine article at a coffee shop prompted me to visit this gallery.Although the artists were not... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2018
nanabronwyn
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Sydney, Australia
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Hot Glass In The Hinterland. Nestled in the picturesque hills of Victoria's Mornington Peninsula, an hour from Melbourne, Gordon Studio Glassblowers gallery and studio caters for those wishing to view and buy an existing work of art glass as well as...more
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290 Red Hill Rd | Cnr Dunns Creek Road, Red Hill, Victoria 3937, Australia
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

Absolutely amazing to watch these very talented glassblowers. Walked in to the shop to where you can view the glassblowers from a balcony. Incredible craftsmanship and we could have watched them all day. Very informative assistant explained what was happening and info boards for all...More

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EileenG761, Owner at Gordon Studio Glassblowers, responded to this reviewResponded 12 October 2018

Thank you so much..

Reviewed 14 January 2018

We visited Gordons studio Glassblowers on a Sunday afternoon the glassware was amazing, I would love to come back to do one of the workshops later in the year. Yes as one of previous reviewers commented the glass ware was expensive but when you see...More

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Reviewed 13 January 2018

A magazine article at a coffee shop prompted me to visit this gallery.Although the artists were not at work,there was a great variety of beautiful one off glass items that would make great statement pieces in your home. Not cheap,but lovely pieces of art-a nice...More

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Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

The gallery really surprised us with the variety of work and the high quality of the work, it made other glass galleries look like learners. The gallery contains a huge selection of both blown glass and engraved glass. Everything was very unique and the engravings...More

Thank CanberraAussie101
Management response:Responded 8 May 2017

Thanks you for the fantastic compliments. We love what we do and are dedicated to keeping this wonderful art form alive.

Reviewed 22 March 2017

The studios are well set up for the visitor. You can look down on the glass blowers at work, and there is an explanation of their work and technique above each section. There is also a wonderful collection of glass blown objects. Be prepared to...More

Thank hdsoawhdhagf
Management response:Responded 8 May 2017

Thanks for popping in and for the lovely review...

Reviewed 16 March 2017

We stopped at Gordon Studio Glassblowers on our way to lunch at Ten Minutes by Tractor. There are so many beautiful glass creations at the front of the building, great photo shots. We were so looking forward to watching the glassblowers work in the furnice...More

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Management response:Responded 23 March 2017

Thank you for your review and compliments re our interesting and amazing art glass. We are a hard working family of artists who endeavour to share this beautiful, but dying art form by having our studio open to the public. We would like people to...More

Reviewed 25 February 2017

We visit often to see what is new for sale or browse at new creations. Quite a few years ago, we undertook a Venetian paper weight making workshop/class which was fabulous. In the shop, there is a viewing area to watch the artists creating and...More

Thank Danielle J
Reviewed 11 February 2017

It was such a hot day to visit, but it was a wonderful experience watching the demonstrations ! They were excellent in their field, even though it is a dying art. You can also watch video demonstrations ! Very creative and beautiful gardens surrounding the...More

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Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

Absoluely must place to visit on the Peninsula. The talent of these artists has to be seen to believed and one cannot but stand in awe of the displays of their talents. Don't miss.

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Reviewed 8 August 2016

Love the art. Beautiful pieces. I will always visit this place when I am in mornington area. You are able to see the artist work. There is a furnace and they will do the glassblowing at the spot. I bought a few items from there.

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