This story displays a range of metalwork, enamelwork and glassware
The works were designed and produced between 1880–1920 by students of the Glasgow School of Art and their contemporaries working in Scotland.
Their work was a result of a general resurgence of interest throughout the decorative arts in ancient techniques and designs.
It tells how their designs were manufactured. It includes hand-produced items sold through their own studios as unique pieces. And items sold by commercial companies through large retail outlets at affordable prices.
This story is a dazzling display. It shows the range of intense colours, textures and materials that make up our fantastic collection of decorative arts produced by Glasgow over this period.