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David Gulland - Copper wheel engraver

David Gulland studied glass design and engraving at the newly established glass department at Edinburgh College of Art in the 1950s. He was taught there by Helen Monro Turner and was a contemporary of Alison Geissler in the department. He is best known for his fine copper wheel engravings, and his work can be found in most British public collections of glass.

  • Worked at Caithness Glass 1970-77. Some designs shown here.
    • Not shown:
      • 1972 Vase Birth of Venus
      • 1973 Goblet with flowers (Edition 8)
      • 1973 Goblet Pegasus (Edition 8)
      • 1974 Shakespeare set Designs: Midsummer Night's Dream, As You Like It, The Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night. Decanter & 4 glasses (Edition 8)
  • St John's Scottish Episcopal Church, Dumfries. Engraved doors and porch windows.

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Contact Information

The Old Coach House, 5 Rotchell Rd, Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway DG2 7SP

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