The Worshipful Company of Glass
Sellers and Looking-Glass Makers of London
received its Charter from Charles the Second in 1664, and ranks 71st in
precedence among the City's Livery Companies.
The Company is proud of the heritage it enjoys and, with no thought or prospect of gain, seeks to encourage interest in glass in all its aspects and to maintain the status and great traditions of the City of London Corporation. The Company recognises that these have been established by the long history of good craftsmanship, honest trading, charity and education, associated with the City Livery Companies.
Our members today are men and women from many different trades and professions. We welcome all who share our aims and aspirations, and who, through their participation in our activities, are willing to use their skills for the benefit of others.