Each year, glass enthusiasts and collectors eagerly await the London Glassblowing Yard Sales. This year, celebrated artist Peter Layton is opening his doors once again and inviting the public to explore a carefully curated collection of treasures.


The London Glassblowing Yard Sale Over the Years:

Peter Layton's Yard Sales have become a highly anticipated tradition, offering a rare glimpse into the artist's creative process. These exciting events provide an opportunity to acquire one-of-a-kind artworks and curiosities by Peter and The Team. 

What Makes This Year Special:

This year's Yard Sale will be our biggest to date, with a selection promising to be truly extraordinary. Peter is unveiling a collection of pieces from his most cherished "Highlight" archive. Many of these exceptional artworks have been sequestered from the public eye for years, patiently awaiting their moment to dazzle.

Sneak Peek:

Among the treasures on offer, expect to find developments of Bruce Marks' iconic Birds, early work by the talented Sarah Wiberley, and a selection of test pieces by Tim Rawlinson. 



Expert Advice:

For those planning to attend, be prepared to act quickly. The London Glassblowing Yard Sales are known for drawing crowds of avid collectors, so having a strategy in mind can be advantageous. Consider researching our artists’ oeuvre beforehand (all available on our website) and keeping an open mind, as some of the most intriguing finds may be unexpected surprises.

Logistical Details:

Peter Layton's Yard Sale will take place this weekend, 27 April behind our gallery down the cobbled street on Carmarthen Place. We welcome glass enthusiasts from near and far to mark their calendars and seize this incredible opportunity to acquire a generously discounted piece of London Glassblowing’s artistic legacy.


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By Abi Pooley 


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