© Mugdock Makkers Art and Craft Gallery Ltd 2019

Pat & Ina Urquhart

DesIna Glass

The main characteristic of dichroic glass is that it has a transmitted colour (where light passes through the glass) and a completely different reflective colour (where light reflects off the glass). In addition, these two colours shift depending on angle of view. With the play of light, together with its vibrant colour, the glass reflects nature’s palette previously reserved for highlighting peacock plumes, the irridescent glow of opals, and the flash of an insect's wing. This amazing material is what inspired us, Pat and Ina Urquhart, to make unique and individually handcrafted jewellery. As well as pendants, earrings and scarf rings we also make non-jewellery items such as plates, tealight holders and clocks and are open to any suggestions that customers might make for their own particular unique design.
© Mugdock Makkers Art and Craft Gallery Ltd 2019

Pat & Ina Urquhart

DesIna Glass

The main characteristic of dichroic glass is that it has a transmitted colour (where light passes through the glass) and a completely different reflective colour (where light reflects off the glass). In addition, these two colours shift depending on angle of view. With the play of light, together with its vibrant colour, the glass reflects nature’s palette previously reserved for highlighting peacock plumes, the irridescent glow of opals, and the flash of an insect's wing. This amazing material is what inspired us, Pat and Ina Urquhart, to make unique and individually handcrafted jewellery. As well as pendants, earrings and scarf rings we also make non-jewellery items such as plates, tealight holders and clocks and are open to any suggestions that customers might make for their own particular unique design.