Hanscomb Glass Studio

Hanscomb Glass studio is run by the husband and wife team of Neil Hanscomb and Gisela Ruehe, in the historic village of Elora. Established in 1983, Neil and Gisela have refined and developed their craft into a distinguished glass studio and store that specializes in stained, fused and leaded glass window designs.

Inspiration & Upcoming Events

Starlight Shopping 2020 - Thank you for Joining Us!

 Thanks for Joining us this year the Starlight Shopping!   
We enjoyed seeing everyone out and Elora sparkling in the evening.

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Local Artisans, Fun Shopping and Cool Public Art

Just a short drive north of Guelph, and only an hour and a half from Toronto, the historic towns of Elora and Fergus in Centre Wellington Township are a pair of hidden gems in rural Ontario. Nestled along the Grand River, these beautiful communities have two distinct personalities both full of outdoor adventure, innovative artisans, a lively culinary scene, and rich history.

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Updated Store Hours

We are back in action! ⁠

Please note the updated hours:⁠

Monday to Saturday 10am–5pm
Sunday 11am–5pm

Working in line with recommendations from the Public Health authorities, we have introduced preventative health and safety measures which include that face coverings are required in commercial establishments. This ensures that our team and customers feel safe to work and shop. See you soon! ⁠

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Contemporary Glass Art - Canadian Made, Customised for your Home and Lifestyle

Our Work

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Hanscomb Glass Studio

40 Church Street 
Elora, Ontario, N0B 1S0 
1-519-846-0884
gisela@hanscombglass.com

Store Hours: 
Effective Dec 26th, in store shopping is closed due to the Provincewide COVID-19 shutdown. Our on-line shop remains open and we are available to answer any product related questions via email or phone 519-846-0884. 

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What makes handcrafted so special?

With handcrafted items, more emphasis is placed on individually manufacturing products. Here creativity knows no bounds and because handcrafted is not designed for mass market, it is made for those who appreciate it.