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The Hidden Lane Nattyglass Studio


Artist and designer Siobhan Healy has won numerous awards for her work with glass and light. From The Hidden Lane, she creates engraved glass and stained glass commissions as well as unique handmade gifts such as jewellery and tableware. Siobhan’s beautiful creations are on show all over the world and she specialises in commissions for public buildings and sculptural artworks for museums and public spaces. Most notably, her Ghost Orchids are now part of the Harvard Permanent Collection, USA. However, she’s delighted to welcome visitors to the studio to discuss commissions for personal unique personal pieces and to browse and shop for a gift from the range on display. Contact her for an appointment.


THE HUB OF CREATIVITY


The Hidden Lane Tearoom Behind bustling Argyle Street, through the archway and


round the corner is The Hidden Lane Tearoom. Finding it for the first time feels as magical as any of Alice’s discoveries in Wonderland. The Hidden


Lane Tearoom with its mismatched crockery, displays of sumptuous baking and colourful bunting is wonderful… and that’s before you take a bite. Owner Kirsty Fitzgerald said: “Our afternoon teas are a real occasion – a proper tea party. “Served on a vintage stand there’s a selection of finger sandwiches and an array of home baking. “We also have 30 different kinds of tea as well as non-alcoholic tea cocktails and iced tea.”


28 | West End Life – August/September 2013


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