Tiffany Technique

Surprise yourself with a new, unique decoration – especially with the new season approaching. In this workshop, you will learn to create Art Nouveau-style plants, flower and other motives. You can bring your own sketch to the class, then cut out 5 to 8 pieces of glass according to the template, grind it and put it together with copper foil. Our glass artist will help you soldier them, so your finished product has a professional look.

About the Tiffany Technique

The Tiffany Technique is a glass assembly technique invented by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933). He was inspired by the ancient tradition of glassmaking – especially by the rich coloration of medieval glass – and wanted to improve the methods his contemporaries used, because they didn’t achieve the quality of glass he was looking for. This inspired Tiffany to develop his own technique to assemble stained glass. His method made it easier to preserve the color in an artwork, while also being thinner and more delicate. The technique revolutionized the art of glass making and made it easier to create intricate pieces with stained glass – like the famous Tiffany lamps.

About the Workshop

The price of this workshop is 35€ per person and you can create one individual decoration with up to 8 pieces. It will take three to four hours. But if you have bigger projects in mind, we are able to arrange an individual class as well. There is no prior knowledge needed to attend this class. Contact us for more information and please let us know your preferred time to attend so we can work out how to schedule the classes!

None of the materials used in this workshop are poisonous and we do not use lead in the artworks!