Unique art glass is our specialty.
A message to our customers: Now open by appointment! Email us at GlassSales@AvalonGlassworks.com to schedule your shopping appointment. Masks are required and groups limited to three people.
We are shipping online orders. The best way to support us is to order from our Etsy store. New items are posted daily. Follow up on our social media channels (links above). Thank you!
Stand so close, you’ll feel the heat. Come see the art form that made the Northwest famous, glass blowing. We’re not a museum, but a working hot shop where you can talk to the artists, see the process, and buy gifts of handmade art. Avalon Glassworks’ blowers create unique décor right in front of you. Glasswork is made on-site, inspired by Seattle’s lush, green landscapes and stunning shores. You and your family are invited to watch us work and take home a piece of Seattle’s acclaimed art glass. Watch us blow glass Thursdays through Mondays, 11am-5pm. It’s free to view live glassblowing. Kids and dogs are welcome.
Decorative vases, bowls, and sculpture are core products. Blown glass balls inspired by fishing floats are popular for decorating home and garden. In the Autumn, we have hundreds of glass pumpkins; During the holidays, we offer a wide selection of ornaments and gifts.
Find us in the vibrant corner of West Seattle called Luna Park, which is a quick water taxi ride from downtown Seattle. For more info, or to order, email us or phone (206) 937-6369.
New for your Autumn table! Glass pine cones in iridescent browns and gold tones. An optic mold creates the diamond facet pattern that reflects the light. These natural hues change from transparent to opaque, depending on how the light hits. Glass pinecones are 3″-5″. Buy yours below.
New for your Springtime table! Cute little Springtime chick sculptures for your Easter table. Each is approximately 3″ wide in bright yellow, pink, blue, or purple with dark glassy eyes. Buy yours below.
2020-2021 “Northern Pacific” – AVAILABLE. Our annual float to benefit the Museum of the North Beach in Moclips, WA, is called “Northern Pacific.” Inspired by the logo of the Northern Pacific Railway, this float has a red background over which sweeps a black wave design. Float is 4″ wide and …
A great gift for St. Patrick’s Day, or any day. This four leaf clover paperweight will bring you luck all year long. Is it a coincidence that it’s the color of money? Attractive hint of sparkle accents this green decorative sculpture. Size is approximately 3.5″ wide by 1″ tall. …