Glass of All Ages is run by Liz and Michael Flatter who founded the business 17 years ago! The two of them specialise in excellent condition antique and contemporary glass.
Liz and Michael pride themselves in providing customs with the most unusual and quirky antiques. Their expertise lies in glass from Britain. Glass of All Ages will bring a variety of antiques to The Festival of Antiques, including this beautiful example pictured to the left.
The vase (pictured left) is a sample made by Royal Worcester for an exhibition, called Homeward Bound. The beautiful vase harks back to Royal Worcester’s days of making ceramics in the deco period.
The charger plate (pictured below) was created by Poole Pottery. It is called Sugar for the Birds, it has a beautiful design captured. The charger plate is limited edition and is signed below, the perfect piece for any pottery collector.
You can find more beautiful antique ceramics and antique pottery pieces from a variety of makers, at Glass of All Ages stand at The Festival of Antiques this Friday & Saturday. Browse makers such as Jonathan Harries, Peter Layton, Siddy Langley, Isle of Wight and many name more.
Book your tickets for The Festival of Antiques this Friday & Saturday so you don’t miss out on the wonderful collection of antiques from Glass of All Ages.