Lolipop Glass


Lolipop was thought, blown and created by Jonathan Léon, borosilicate glassblowing and flameworking. After training for nearly eight years cut in half by studying for a B.A in visual arts at the University of Quebec in Montreal, he opened his studio Lolipop verre soufflé in 2006 in Val-David, Quebec.

Jonathan creates a wide range of jewelry for men and women such as belt buckles, bracelets, rings, earrings, rings, brooches etc ... There is also the division'' Tableware'' which offers products such as napkin rings, decanters, sets for fine liquor, vase and more. You can also order a personalized piece with style and color preferred.

Jonathan uses borosilicate glass to make his pieces. He can therefore create works that are lighter because of the unleaded composition and high content of quartz sand. They are also more resistant to physical and thermal shocks than ??soda-lime glass or crystal. Lolipop blown glass opened in 2006. Member: Professional Member of the Craft council of Québec Scholarships, awards and grants: CALQ, SODEC, CLD, Travel grant Award for One of a Kind show and sale in Toronto. People's choice award at L'en verre du décor (Prévost)

Posted on July 28, 2015 and filed under Glass, Other, Jewellery.