We found this handy detailed list of glass art suppliers with their contact information on the Warm Glass webpage.
-- Broad assortment of tools and supplies for the glass artist. (Texas, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
AANRAKU, Inc. -- Stained glass and fusing supplies, books, and tools. (California, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
ABR Imagery -- Supplies for scientific and artistic glass blowing, stained glass, and fusing. Laser etched dichroic glass images. (Indiana, USA)
Albert Stained Glass -- Fusing products and glass (Brooklyn, New York, USA)
American Glass Supply -- Retail and wholesale distributors of fusing and slumping supplies. (Texas, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Anything in Stained Glass -- Discount supplies for fusing, flameworking, and stained glass. (New Jersey, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Alpine Stained Glass -- Mostly stained glass, but has expanded its offering of fusing supplies, kilns, and tested compatible glass. (San Diego, California, USA)
Art Glass Fusing Center -- Retailer of fusing supplies. Offers numerous classes in kiln-forming techniques. (Texas, USA)
Artisan Dichroic -- Wide selection of dichroic glass from major manufacturers, basic fusing and glass supplies. (Portland, Oregon, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Big M Stained Glass -- General stained glass & fusing supplies (Washington, USA)
Blue Fire Molds -- Slumping molds. Friendly knowledgeable service with same day shipping. (California, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Bournemouth Stained Glass -- Predominately stained glass oriented, but also carries several lines of tested compatible glass. (Dorset, England)
Centre de Verre -- Fusing equipment and supplies including kilns, grinders, and fusible glass (Bullseye, Uroboros, CBS Dichroic). (New Hampshire, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
COE90.com -- Extensive selection of Bullseye and CBS Dichroic glass, including dichroic scrap glass. (New York, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Creative Glass Guild -- Supplies and courses in fusing and stained glass (United Kingdom)
The Curious Glass Shop -- Bullseye fusible, special production, and curious glass at discount prices (Texas, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
D&L Stained Glass -- Everything you need in wholesale art glass.
Delphi Glass -- Carries an extensive selection of fusible glasses from Bullseye, Uroboros, Wasser, CBS dichroics, and the complete source for System96 from Spectrum. Also a comprehensive assortment of kilns, tools, books, molds, and fusing supplies. (
Michigan, ) A Warm Glass website sponsor USA
Dichro Depot -- Wide selection of dichroic glass on 90 and 96 COE. (Phoenix, Arizona, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Dichroic and More -- Dichroic scrap, dichroic glass, jewelry findings, fusing supplies, kilns, books, tools, & equipment (Florida USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Fantasy in Glass -- Mostly stained glass, with some fusing supplies and courses.(Toronto, Canada)
Fused Glass Source -- Glass fusing supplies at discount prices. (New Mexico, USA)
Glass Obsessions -- Supplies and classes. Also offers studio rental for both fusing and lampworking. (Southern California, USA)
Glasscraft Australia -- Retail art glass store stockist of supplies for kiln forming, bead making mosaic, leadlight and copper foil (
. Thomastown, Victoria Australia )
Hang Your Glass -- Hanging systems and cabinet hardware (Oregon USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Hippos Eating Alligators -- Sterling silver jewelry findings (Texas, USA)
Hollander Fusing Center -- Fusing supplies and classes (Texas and New Jersey USA) A Warm glass website sponsor
Hot Glass Houston -- Fusing supplies and classes. Bullseye Resource Center.(Texas, USA) A Warm glass website sponsor
Hot Glass Supply -- Discount System 96 glass. (Florida, USA)
James Hetley & Co. -- Focus is stained glass materials, but also carries some fusing supplies. (London, England)
Kiln Frog -- Retailer of fusing and beadmaking supplies. Also offers numerous courses. (Texas, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
The Leadlight Suppliers -- Supplies for bead making and mosaics, some warm glass. (Brisbane, Australia)
Lincoln Distributors -- Stocks the largest inventory of Bullseye Fusible, System 96, CBS Dichroic glass and supplies in the Southwest. (Arizona, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Nartique Glass -- A wide range of art glass resources, including glass books and glass supplies for glass artists, workshops, and glass art. (Florida USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Pfann-GBB -- European glass wholesaler, supplies for both stained glass and fusing. (Holland)
Reynolds Advanced Materials -- moldmaking supplies and materials (Texas and Florida USA)
Slumpy's -- Slumping molds, fiber products, and related fusing supplies (North Carolina, USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Sundance -- Fusing, lampworking, and related supplies. (California, USA)
Sunshine Glassworks -- Stained glass orientation, but also carries basic fusing supplies, Bullseye molds, and kilns. (New York, USA)
Two Lasses Glass Classes -- Fusing materials and tools, including dichroic glass, slumping molds, and more. (Florida, USA)
UGotGlass? -- Fusing supplies, including dichroic, PMC, and jewelry findings. (Maine, USA)
Warm Glass UK -- UK main dealer for Bullseye Glass, CBS dichroic and Skutt Kilns(Bristol, United Kingdom) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Glass enamels, paints, and related supplies
Delta Colours -- Air dried and oven-cured paints (Georgia, USA)
Ferro -- Enamels and paints for glass and ceramics (Worldwide)
Glass Coatings and Concepts -- Functional and decorative enamels for glass (Ohio, USA)
Goldleaf Factory International -- Extensive selection of gold leaf and foil, micas, and other precious metal leafs and foils. They manufacture as well as sell. (Australia)
Paradise Paints -- Glass enamels (California, USA) No longer being produced.
Pebeo Paints -- Air-dried and oven-cured paints (France)
Rio Grande -- Jewelry and metalworking supplies (New Mexico, USA)
Schlaifer's Enameling Supplies -- Full line of Thompson enamels, plus assortment of related supplies (copper foil, millefiore, Klyr-fire, lusters, etc.) (California, USA)
Sepp Leaf Products -- Extensive line of gold and metal leaf, including silver, copper, and mica. (New York, USA)
Thompson Enamels -- Major manufacturer and retailer of glass enamels and related supplies. (Ohio, USA)
Note that many of the suppliers listed in above Supplier section also sell kilns and supplies.Centre de Verre -- Fusing equipment and supplies including kilns, grinders, and fusible glass (Bullseye, Uroboros, CBS Dichroic). (New Hampshire USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Denver Glass -- In addition to large kilns designed for the serious practitioner, they have an extensive line of hot glass and cold glass machines. (Colorado, USA)
Ditore Glass Works -- Official US distributor for Dyson's one-piece large machined ceramic kiln shelves. (California USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Euclid Kilns -- Good range of kilns for glass, thermocouples, elements and other items.
Evenheat Kilns -- Broad line of glass kilns, from small to large (Michigan USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Glass Glow Kilns -- Phil Teefy's kilns, specifically made for fusing.
Good Kilns -- Glass and ceramic kilns by Sugar Creek Industries
L&L Kilns -- Mostly ceramic kilns, but "Colorado" line of front-loading kilns designed for fused glass; good FAQ on "How to Buy an Electric Kiln"
Nabertherm - USA -- A wide range of kilns and furnaces for fusing glass, with both off-the-shelf and custom kilns available (Germany)
Olympic Kilns -- extensive line of glass and ceramic kilns (Georgia USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Paragon Kilns -- Has online catalog, including broad line of glass kilns from small "Quickfire 6" to larger kilns; article on "How to Buy a Kiln" (Texas USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Seattle Pottery Supply -- kilns, kiln parts, and other supplies (Washington USA)
Skutt Kilns -- Offering a new line of kilns for glass, with the "Clam Shell" especially worth checking out (Oregon USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Note: many of the manufacturers listed directly above also sell parts and controllers.
Aura Lens -- kiln controllers
Bartlett Instrument Company -- controllers for kilns
Digitry -- controllers for kilns
Duralite -- custom and replacement elements.
Euclid -- custom and replacement elements and other parts. Good explanation of element design on their website.
Furnace Engineering (NZ) -- controllers for kilns
Joppa Glass -- elements and element installation tips
Love Controls -- controllers and related equipment
Kilntrol -- controllers for kilns
Orton -- programmable kiln controllers
TTI Global -- controllers, thermocouples, etc.
Ron Coleman's page -- overview of construction of firebrick kiln
Mike Firth's site -- instructions for small annealer. Discussion of thermocouples, and kiln construction basics.
Tobler Glass -- Construction of controller using Fuji parts
Miscellaneous equipment and supplies
Aura Lens -- eye protection equipment
Best Mix Products -- a castable mold-making compound that produces extremely durable kiln-forming molds for slumping fused art glass.
Bonny Doon Fused Glass Art-- Stainless steel rings, pattern bar formers, and sconce hardware (California, USA).
Castalot - A fast setting, easy to use refirable mold material designed for kiln casting, fusing, and slumping applications.
Diamond Tech -- Manufacturer of Wasser glass, Fireworks Hot Glass tools, Diamond Tech saws, and other glass tools and equipment. A Warm Glass website sponsor
Far West Materials -- foundry, casting, and mold materials, including Smooth-On
Curious Glass Shop -- Extensive selection of glass, molds, stands and related fusing supplies (Texas USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Kaiser-Lee Fiber Board -- fiber board specifically developed for making slumping molds
Just Stands -- custom and stock metal stands for glass by Dick Kolpack
Paul M. Nulton -- custom repair of fine crystal and glassware
PMC Connection -- source for information and supplies for Precious Metal Clay (PMC)
Smooth-On -- liquid rubbers and plastics for mold-making
Styrofoam cutter (Sloop group) -- excellent tabletop unit that allows handsfree operation
Unifrax -- fiber blankets, boards, and papers, including Fiberfrax, Isofrax, Insulfrax, and Duraboard
Zircar -- high temperature refractory materials, including boards, papers, rigidizer, and moldable compounds such as Mold Mix 6
Sites by glass manufacturers with fusing componentBullseye -- Broad line of tested compatible glass, frit, stringers, and related products; their site has extensive information on fusing with Bullseye A Warm Glass website sponsor
Coatings by Sandburg -- Dichroic glass A Warm Glass website sponsor
DichroMagic (Austin Thin Films)-- Dichroic glass (Texas USA)
Savoy Dichroic -- Dichroic glass (Oregon USA)
Spectrum -- Major manufacturer of stained glass, including System96 tested compatible glass; site has information on fusing with Spectrum (Washington USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Uroboros -- Line of tested compatible glass at 90 COE and 96 COE; also make frit, noodles, and stringer; site has info on fusing with Uroboros (Oregon USA) A Warm Glass website sponsor
Wasser Glass -- Selection of thin, lightweight opaque and translucent glass available in solids, patterns, metallics, flash, and fusible glass shapes. A Warm Glass website sponsor
Zentrum Glass -- Oriented to stained glass, but has several unique items for fusing, including fluorescent uranium glass.
National or international organizations for glass artistsArt Alliance for Contemporary Glass -- "To further the development and appreciation of contemporary studio glass."
Artists in Stained Glass - Canada -- "A non-profit association of artists, craftspersons, architects and others devoted to the development and promotion of stained glass as a contemporary art form in Canada."
Glass Art Association of Canada -- "To provide a focus for individuals and organizations involved in glass art, craft and design in hot and warm glass processes."Glass Art Society -- "Advancing the appreciation, understanding, and development of the glass arts worldwide."
International Guild of Glass Artists -- "To facilitate communication among glass artists, to encourage education and promote excellence in the glass arts." The IGGA site also boasts an extensive list of suppliers, artists, and glass-related sites.
Warm Glass Board -- The bulletin board on this website, which is devoted strictly to fusing, slumping, and kiln-forming techniques.
UGotGlass? Forum -- General Support for fusing, PMC and jewelry making questions.
Handmade-Glass.com -- The "other Brad" board, this is Brad Shute's board, which is the place to go for more technical questions about glass making, lampworking, and such.
CraftWEB Forum: Hot Glass -- Hot Glass orientation, some lampworking, moderated by Pete VanderLaan.
Glassline -- Lampworking orientation, with a broad range of other glass topics sometimes discussed. Non-stained glass.
Society of Glass Beadmakers -- Lampworked beads and marbles.
Cole Sonafrank's List -- A comprehensive listing of glass forums.