Engraving glass since 1983


ETERNITY (commission)
Bowl of Sea #6
Hand blown lead crystal overlay blown by Steve Bradley
Engraved by Lesley Pyke – www.lesleypyke.com

Learn how to engrave glass

Join my online teaching channel Glass Engraving. Watch me engrave from start to finish in my very latest videos with voice over explanations. Join in live my chats, Q&A discussions, (all recorded so you don’t miss anything) themed fun engraving challenges and prize draws. Easy and very cheap to join, no long term commitments. Choose a “Tier” $2 / £6 / $12 / $20 / $45 per month, depending on the benefits you would like. New page with all video links being constructed for Patrons to search the subjects with ease, there are so many !

A heavy, stunning hand-blown lead crystal chalice
Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee chalice.
Royal Arms image received direct from the office of Garter Principal King of Arms.
Contact me if you wish to own this one-off commemorative masterpiece.
Learn my glass engraving techniques on my PATREON TEACHING CHANNEL Watch me engrave this cute sloth from start to finish!

GLASS that is engraved will touch the heart of the receiver, something unique. I create collectable masterpieces which I have designed and engraved from my heart and will have in my gallery.

Or you may wish to order a simple monogram; your pet; your yacht; a full Coat of Arms or whatever you like*….A commemoration, an award, a celebration, a wedding, or just for fun…

I have been engraving glass since 1983, initially 19 years in Zimbabwe then the rest here in rural Suffolk, UK.
I create works of art for my myriad of clients from every corner of the globe. Alongside every day simple orders I have been commissioned to complete luxury gifts for international corporation VIPs, heads of state and royalty.

My clients can always be assured of my personal attention no matter how large or small the request.

Custom orders – almost any subject on almost any glass*

glass engraving selection of engraved glass

Glass engraving lessons.

* I reserve the right to refuse to engrave a subject that is offensive.