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Witness the magic of traditional glass blowing in the heart of Old Quebec. Christina and Jeff draw inspiration from their fertile imagination to create functional and decorative objects that bring beauty and whimsy to your everyday life. THREE CROW...more
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42 Cote de la Fabrique, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 3V7, Canada
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A recent stay in Quebec found this place. This was an unexpected treasure and treat.
I was able sit in their studio and watch the magic glass blowing. Prices were reasonable but mostly in store for glass blowing. Easy access and easy to get to....More
We were in here several times while we were in Quebec City.
It is really neat to watch them create their amazing creations right before your eyes.
We had lots of gifts to buy and we purchased several beautiful gifts here
My husband and I stopped in to the studio to look at the fabulous pieces of glass. The selection and prices are wonderful. Friendly staff, who are also glassblowers. The large fish pieces are totally unique! Definitely stop to watch, learn, and buy!!!!!
While we visited the shop two or three times during our trip (in August); they were doing some glass blowing every time we were there. It looks like there can be a maximum of two or three people working on projects at a... More
While we visited the shop two or three times during our trip (in August); they were doing some glass blowing every time we were there. It looks like there can be a maximum of two or three people working on projects at a time (based on the size of the area). It is not a large store and certainly not a "factory." We didn't get the impression that it was intended to be ongoing every minute the store was open but we did get the feeling they do have people working and demonstrating as much as possible. It is definitely fun to watch! I hope this helps! By the way, they pack very well. The three pieces we brought home survived the trip perfectly.