Where are these birds?
LOCAL ARTISAN GIFT SHOPS
The Glass Bakery® Bird Gifts
The Glass Bakery's handcrafted studio-glass birds are available from a selection of artisan gift shops and boutiques across mainly Eastern Canada but also a few shops in Ontario and Alberta. These shops support quality, buy-local, artisan and handcrafted gifts made in Canada. Each shop holds a dynamic selection of designs, handpicked by the retailer. Please email me to discover (or to recommend) the closest gift shop to you that sells the birds. If you can recommend a shop, I'd love to hear from you!
There's also a growing number of Nature Reserves across Canada that sell the birds. By purchasing gifts through their retail stores you're helping to support birds and wildlife in your local area, and you get to spend some time with nature too! These include:
- Le Nichoir, Hudson, Quebec
- Fort Whyte, Winnipeg, Manitoba
- Swan Lake, Victoria, British Columbia
If you manage a Canadian Registered Wildlife or Nature Charity with a "bricks and mortar" store, and would like to partner to raise funds by selling the birds, please get in touch!
THE STUDIO SHOP
The Glass Bakery's garden-based gift shop at the studio location in Mill Cove, Nova Scotia, offers a wide range of birds of various species, sizes and formats. There is also a selection of nature-inspired glass gift ideas: ornaments, dishes, sun-catcher's and pictures - small lot and experimental designs that aren't widely available.
The Glass Bakery studio shop is a unique little gift shop, open year-round by chance or appointment. Hours are non-standard, though when I'm not in production mode, usually the shop is open between 3-6pm (4pm in the winter).
If you'd prefer not to "chance it" that we're open, my phone number is 1-866-499-8691. Please leave a voicemail and I'll return your call to set up an appointment time. Making an "appointment" is easy - just message or call me and we'll set up a mutually convenient window of time and I'll make sure the shop is open for you! If you're passing by and see the CLOSED sign, it's still worth calling as I'm usually not far!