AT MONMOUTH GLASS WE HANDCRAFT EXQUISITE GLASS OBJECTS THAT PEOPLE NEED AND USE EVERY DAY.
Dome - Tea
Our most popular shape, the Dome is simple and elegant. This pendant looks stunning alone, or as a cluster, in almost any setting.
The Bell is a Monmouth classic - particularly well suited to more intimate spaces, and often used in arrangements of three or five in the kitchen.
Monmouth Glass Studio was established in 2012 by glass artists Stephen Bradbourne and Isaac Katzoff.
Monmouth’s core offering includes handblown glass lighting and vessels for the home. Our furnace holds 200 kilos of glass, and it is kept molten at a temperature of 1100 degrees Celsius twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Every piece is gathered from the furnace then hand shaped and blown using traditional glassblowing techniques that date back hundreds of years. At Monmouth we believe in quality hand-made items that are well designed, well made, and will stand the test of time.
The Monmouth workshop is located in Waitākere, and we have a gallery at 5 Great North Rd in Grey Lynn that displays our lighting and homewares, alongside special one-off pieces by Monmouth studio artists.
Whether it’s a bespoke cluster of pendants for a private home, or a large-scale installation for a hospitality space, we love developing innovative lighting solutions for special projects.
We regularly collaborate with architects, interior designers and homeowners to create bespoke solutions. We’ve realised large-scale lighting installations for The Northern Club, Williams Eatery, Ortolana, Ki Māha, and many more. We’ve also made bespoke tablewares for Hello Beasty, Orphans Kitchen and Kingi, vases for Hotel Britomart, and custom honey pots for the Comvita Wellness Lab.
At Monmouth, we regularly collaborate with other designers and craftspeople who share our love of making stuff.
Monmouth Glass is proud to be stocked in selected retailers around Aotearoa. Find out where on our stockists page.
Stephen Bradbourne is one of Aotearoa's most acclaimed glass-blowers, well-known for his intricately detailed exhibition work. He has held 15 solo shows, and has been included in over 80 group shows over the last two and a half decades.
Isaac Katzoff graduated from Southern Illinois University with a BFA in 2001, and has since worked in established glass production studios in both the United States and New Zealand, refining his technique and skills in glass-blowing and fabrication.