A tight-knit, family run buisness
established in 1980, founded and run by our director Ron Kett whom has been in the glass manufacturing
industry for 46 years, with Rons extensive knowledge we have been able to develop and perfect
certain techniques opening up products to our customers at a more cost effetive rate.
With a range of techniques and know how under our belt we dabble in a array of glass production,
one of our most popular products is our "Victorian Etched Glass".
At a cost effective rate and many different designs to choose from out customers often state how
they are spoilt for choice.
Not only do we supply our standard designs in etched glass, but we
also offer a bespoke service for our customers whom want something a litter more personalised
at a higher cost.
Our glass products come in a range of colours and designs, making you almost
spoilt for choice!
If you're having difficulty in deciding what would look best, simply email
us with sizes and a picture of where your desired glass is going to be fitted and we will do
our best to help you pick out a colour pallete and design that will fit beautifully into your home.
With Knowsley Art Glass running for 37 years serving many customers over these years, featuring in magazines such as Glass Age Magazine, Liverpool Echo & Period homes, we feel more than prepared to take on new challanges when they arise, we are commited to our work and giving our customers the best products we can offer.
Our products are also made avaiable via alternative stockists, these include & are not limited to ~
• Solar Glass Window Care • Pearsons • Strippadoor • Bootle Glass • Charles Lightfoot • Cheshire Stained Glass • Leeds Doors • LF Moons
As Seen in Print
You can read more about of work being featured in the South Port Visiter here
Below you will see images depicting some of our artistic processes used in creating our glass. All of our products are carefully made in our factory based in Liverpool, UK.
Creating the design
With a lot of our bespoke jobs we are often given glass with intricate designs that has unfortunatley been smashed. Depending on how the orginal broken piece of glass has been made we start to copy the design by hand to create the authenticity of the orginal design, depending on the design this can be a leangthy process.
We then scan the hand drawn design into the computer, ready for rendering & being transfered to the glass.
The images displayed below are from a job we completed only last year, you can see the effort going into this intricate work done by our Art & Design Graduate.
Screen Printing onto Glass
After the design has been drawn & rendered on the computer then transfered to a silk screen, we proceed to print the design onto the glass, we do this with a lot of our products not only to create designs but also to add colour.