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The Glass Station

318 Main St, Wakefield, South Kingstown, RI 02879-7404
+1 401-788-2500
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Small gallery

We just went to look at their work. Very nice glass in a small gallery. Worth stopping in if you... read more

Reviewed March 16, 2018
kevin s
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Racine, Wisconsin
First Class Glass!

I didn't even really pay much attention to blown glass until I saw Eben's stuff. The colors and... read more

Reviewed December 27, 2017
Jamboroni
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Brooklyn, New York
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We are a glassblowing studio and gallery located in the heart of historic Wakefield, RI, in an old gas station. Our gallery features the work of Eben Horton and Jennifer Nauck, and ranges from ornaments and small gifts to pitchers, cups and vases as well as large sculpture. We offer ornament-making and paperweight-making classes from May to January. Please see our website for a schedule and booking information.
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318 Main St, Wakefield, South Kingstown, RI 02879-7404
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+1 401-788-2500
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Reviewed March 16, 2018

We just went to look at their work. Very nice glass in a small gallery. Worth stopping in if you are in the area.

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Reviewed December 27, 2017

I didn't even really pay much attention to blown glass until I saw Eben's stuff. The colors and designs are really something. He seems to be not afraid to try new tricks and gets some pretty cool results. Not to mention the whole Block Island...More

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Reviewed August 17, 2017

When you first walk up to the building you can see the actual forge where they make all the glass items you see in the gift shop area. When I was there I got the opportunity to see the owners craft a adorable bee.

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Reviewed June 24, 2017

Many times, we have stopped by and watched the art, and visited the shop. Usually, you will see the owner's dog laying quietly nearby. Nice little studio in Wakefield. Take a look, purchase something and keep his art alive.

2  Thank DaveEB310
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Reviewed May 1, 2017

The artisans work on the premises & sometimes offer glassblowing classes to the public. I made an ornament; it was SO interesting & fun. There are stunning glassworks for sale from bowls, glasses, ornaments & extremely unique decorations!

Thank Looking
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Reviewed March 14, 2017

Small business owner is a museum-quality glass blower. There are a lot of beautiful items to give as gifts, and maybe an usual item to speaks to you. I bought a small lamp--glass blown into a clam shell shape. Friends have asked for it in...More

Thank Geo H
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Reviewed October 19, 2016

This is a tiny, charming glass shop in downtown Wakefield. The items they make here are amazingly beautiful. They also offer some smaller charming items for the holidays. The have demonstrations and offer glass blowing classes. Nice addition to a downtown area!

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Reviewed September 13, 2016 via mobile

Had a fun time blowing glass with Eben and Jen. Try a class, they make it seem easy. Good for kids too, though they need to be able to pay attention, since there are hot pipes all around.

Thank Camsmomsa
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Reviewed August 3, 2016

Beautiful and original glass creations, both purely decorative (hanging balls) or useful: vases, bowls, glasses, paper weights.

Thank DemainDeslAube
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Reviewed July 26, 2016 via mobile

The Glass Station offers beautiful art glass that shows significant skill by the glassblower. My blue vase is a daily memory of a wonderful New Year's Eve gift, celebrating a new year full of promise. Visit old Wakefield, Rhode Island and see the beautiful inventory...More

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J S
June 16, 2016|
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Response from Roger B | Reviewed this property |
No. It is an artisan production and sales business. Kids might be interested in glassblowing if artisans are at work, so call first. Keep ia close eye on them in sales area.
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