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Fused glass accessories can come in all shapes and sizes. There’s a virtually endless variety of shapes, styles, designs and more that make each accessory unique, and that’s before you even introduce the original ideas our customers usually bring to the table. Just take a look at the image pictured below for an example of one of our most original and interesting set of drinks coasters to date – but don’t stop there! You can find everything from coasters and soap dishes all the way to one-of-a-kind Rospo lights and bowls for fruit right here on our portfolio.

Pizza Coaster Fused Glass Accessories

Fused glass accessories come in all shapes and sizes. Take this set of six coasters, made to look like a pizza, as a prime example!

Our website contains a huge variety of glass, so make sure to take a look. While you browse, however, keep in mind that our fully bespoke process is designed to give you a lot of input into the design of the fused glass art.

Every piece and every panel is made by hand by our incredible talented artist and resident creative mastermind Lisa Villarospo, and one of her most finely honed skills is her ability to understand what you’re looking for. Her interpretations of ideas provided by customers have gone on to become beautiful works of bespoke glass art. Have a browse of our full portfolio of completed work, and you should be able to see all the possibilities of fused glass art and more. Hopefully, it’ll inspire some ideas of your own!

Next time you go looking for the very best fused glass accessories on the market today, make sure you start your search right here at The House of ugly Fish. Every single piece that emerges from our kiln is created to order, ensuring a fully bespoke and totally customisable product that’s handmade from scratch, and our accessories are no different from our splashbacks in that regard. We put all the same love into our coasters as we do our wall art, so pick up the phone or drop us an email as soon as you can!

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