Friday, January 28, 2005

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A beautiful Glassmasters piece for Valentine's Day, 'The Kiss' by Rosetti.  Posted by Hello

Buy Glassmasters and Stonemasters products from our brand new shop!

There is a new development underway! We have been invited by Amazon to participate in a new programme where they will host an online shop for us. Initially this will be in addition to our storefront on the Amazon site itself and our own shop on

Basically what Amazon have done is to establish a platform which enables them to allow merchants to create a new presence using all of the listings and images etc, with some customisation, and utilise Amazon's commercial system so that orders and all of the financial aspects are handled by Amazon.

There is still quite a bit of work to be done in terms of arranging the items into logical categories and adding details about shipping times and costs and sales and returns policies and so on but the site is already fully functional and so if anyone decides to buy something it can be done with a couple of clicks.

Currently the shop is called RALLEY, which is the name which our presence on Amazon went by, but we also intend to use the name Museum Quality Gifts and the url will be Currently we are offering the entire ranges of Glassmasters and Stonemasters products as well as some Frameable Art Cards and some larger, matted, photographic prints. We have already established some sub-categories for easier and quicker browsing including a Frank Lloyd Wright section, a Louis Comfort Tiffany section, a Thomas Kinkade section and a number of others.

In time, hopefully sooner rather than later, we intend to add other, complimentary, product lines.

So, if you would like to take a look simply click here and why not be one of the first to christen it? At time of writing this there is still time to get an order shipped in time for Valentine's Day, but only if you are quick!

Sunday, January 23, 2005

New Listings on Amazon

This weekend I added some new Glassmasters products to my listings on Amazon. The specific products are 6 suncatchers based on works by Marjolein Bastin, a very well renowned Dutch artist. These were recently launched by Glassmasters and complement the wild bird art of James Hautman and, of course, Michael Smith's Mad Bluebird images. This link should take you to the 6 Bastin items and I will also post an image of one of them below.