New pieces


Fine Art in Glass

Hey Folks, I have been a bit quiet this season but fear not , Peace of Glass is still alive and kicking, just busy delving into Fine Art and creating in all mediums I can think of. I am doing etchings, drawing and painting but they all become preparatory work for the final piece which tends… Read More »


my new exciting tableware made with reclaimed glass

These fruit bowls are a must have! Tactile and mesmerising, with a very natural shape remindful of a sea creature, they are sure to please the eye and transmit a sense of peace. These pieces are all unique and made with reclaimed glass. To order one please write to me: robertadecaro@peaceofglass.co.uk


The latest cityscape

Here it is ! Fresh out of the kiln 🙂 The latest commission of the view from Kennington by Peace of Glass. Glass, 60 cm x 20 cm


A very Spacial Christmas Gift

Look what’s new at Peace of Glass ! My new line of jewellery  ‘Interstellar’ has landed . Grab one while you can, these are totally unique and limited edition !!


Blackfriars Bridge

Title:Blackfriars Bridge, Materials: glass, dichoic glass,copper. Dimensions: 80 cm x 30 cm Landmarks from left to right: St.Paul’s Cathedral,the Gherkin, the Cheesegrater, the Walkie Talkie, Canary Wharf in the distance, the Tate Modern Chimney, Oxo Tower and the Shard.


Abstract Sculpture

Back in 2013 I collaborated with Contemporary Ceramic Artist Daniel Reynolds. Daniel commissioned Peace Of Glass to make glass panels for his stunning abstract sculptures. Here is a series of photos of the large scale mobiles Daniel created, that are displayed in the London Firmdale Hotel in Ham Yard, Soho and at the Contemporary Art and Design Gallery… Read More »


Commission for the Mayor of Southwark

  Yesterday -the 08th September 2015-  was a day to remember for me! I have worked on the largest cityscape of my collection which was commissioned to me by  Councillor Dora Dixon-Fyle MBE, the Worshipful Mayor of Southwark and yesterday I was invited to the Mayor’s Parlour to give it in person to Madame Mayor. The… Read More »