Inspired by the unique landscapes of Niagara, Steven Woodruff crafts pieces that reflect the beauty and distinct qualities of the region.

We’ve Got Something For Everyone

EXPLORE HANDBLOWN GLASS
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Meet The Artist

STEVEN'S STORY

Handcrafted Glassware Made to Last

BROWSE BESTSELLERS
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Check out some favourites

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  • Sommelier Glass
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A Unique Niagara Falls Experience You Don’t Want to Miss!

BOOK YOUR GLASSBLOWING EXPERIENCE NOW

With Over 86 5-Star Reviews, Here’s What Others Have to Say:

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“Just had a great experience with my girlfriend for a glassblowing class. Learned a lot, and Woody was amazing to work with. Would love to come back for another lesson and will recommend to all our friends. A worthwhile experience for anyone! You gotta try it!”

Arturo

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“This was a fantastic experience! If you’re in the Niagara area and looking for a unique activity I strongly recommend the glass blowing workshop with Steven. His passion for the art form is infectious. It was a lot of fun learning about the trade and getting to make my own unique piece. The thought of working with hot glass made me a bit nervous before the class, but the hands-on experience felt safe throughout.”

Elizabeth

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“This was an amazing experience. Woody provides great instruction and makes it fun. What better souvenir than one you get to make yourself. A must-do activity when in Niagara Falls. Can't wait to do it again. Worth every penny!”

Miranda

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the care instructions? Can I put my glass in the dishwasher?

Yes! Most of our glass can be run through the dishwasher, like heavy tumblers, ice wine/liqueur glasses, stemless wine, pint glasses, and mortar and pestles. That said, any of our larger pieces should be hand-washed – think steins, decanters, and bowls. 

Don't use hot liquids in our glassware, but the freezer is okay. Our thicker tumblers retain temperature very nicely, so stick them in the freezer for a chilled beverage that you’d prefer to not water down with ice!

Lastly, please be wary of temperature shock after washing. For example, don’t place ice or cold liquid in your glass until it’s returned to room temperature.

What you do looks pretty epic. Can I try working with glass?

We thought you’d never ask. 

Join founder Woody in his glassblowing studio to create your own original glass art! 

He’ll safely guide you through a personal hot glass experience where you’ll learn the nuances and subtitles of glassblowing. These 2-hour workshops are geared for beginners, so all are welcome.

Glass is quite delicate. If I buy online, can you ship it to me safely?

Rest assured that our handmade goods are packaged with care, ensuring safe travels to their final destination. We also ship internationally, so no matter where you are in the world you can enjoy handblown glass from Studio Vine.

For more detailed information, check out our shipping policy.

Can I visit the studio?

You bet. The studio is open to the public from Thursday through Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. 

View our glassware shop, catch Woody in action or place your very own custom order.

Location

Contact

Located only a few blocks away from the Falls, feel the energy from the natural wonder that flows through the Studio Vine Glass studio.

We’re open to the public:

Thursday - Sunday, 10am - 6pm

5535 Slater Ave, Niagara Falls, ON Canada

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