Welcome to the Guild of Glass Engravers

The Guild of Glass engravers is the only organisation in the UK specifically dedicated to the art of glass engraving. It acts as a forum for the teaching and discussion of engraving techniques and new developments from around the world as well as acting as a source of information to the public. To find out more simply click on the MENU and explore this site.

The above image is "Prime Minister's question Time" by Dominic Fonde, Fellow of the GGE.

Wayne Hart Presentation

Wayne Hart gave a presentation on An Introduction to Lettering at the Guild's AGM 2023.

If you weren't able to attend, you can watch it HERE

Interview with Moonju Suh

Guild Fellow Claudia Phipps interviewed Moonju Suh, winner of the inaugural Guild of Glass Engravers Prize at the 2022 International Glass Biennale and Making Your Mark and David Peace Prize 2023. 

You can watch the interview HERE

Summer Lecture 2023

Dominic Fondé gave a lecture on Small Worlds. Dominic Fondé - Miniature Glass Engravings

If you missed it, or want to watch it again, please click HERE

Making Your Mark 2023


The Guild of Glass Engravers presents "Making Your Mark", an Instagram based exhibition of works created by students based in the UK and overseas.

The photo to the right is of the winner "Happiness Diary" by Moonju Suh.

Here is a selection of engravings from GGE Fellows

Use the arrows to make the carousel spin then click on an image to bring up a larger version for a more detailed look.


Membership Options


UK Lay Member

£25 per year

This is the correct membership option for engravers and friends of the Guild.

Overseas Lay Member

£20 per year

This is the correct membership option for overseas engravers and friends of the Guild.

Student Member


This is the correct membership option for students anywhere in the world

Teaser Videos

Follow Tracey Sheppard as she engraves some bramble leaves for Mrs H's front door pane.

Tracey Sheppard shows you how to engrave some exquisite heraldry.

Vincent Woods interviews Sally Scott about her life as an engraver and artist.