Joseph Joseph Ltd

This glass was produced between 2002 and 2008. Following this, printed glass products were still produced, such as chopping boards for the kitchen, but these were not slumped. 

The Chop Shop BBQ Snack
The Chop Shop BBQ Snack

The predecessor to Joseph Joseph: The Chop Shop. Probably in business from 2000–2002. This is the BBQ Snack range. © Andrew Wieczorek

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The Chop Shop BBQ Snack
The Chop Shop BBQ Snack

Detail from the carton label. © Andrew Wieczorek

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The Chop Shop BBQ Snack
The Chop Shop BBQ Snack

The BBQ Snack Triangle tray. © Andrew Wieczorek

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Bo Lundberg Lime tray
Bo Lundberg Lime tray

The Bo Lundberg tray in the Lime pattern. © Andrew Wieczorek

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Bo Lundberg Lime tray
Bo Lundberg Lime tray

The label to the side of the carton, showing the rest of the Bo Lundberg range. © Andrew Wieczorek

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Bo Lundberg Lime tray
Bo Lundberg Lime tray

The label to the top of the carton. © Andrew Wieczorek

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Mini-dish in Swirls pattern
Mini-dish in Swirls pattern

The latest incarnation of the famous Swirl pattern, which derived from Chance's original 1955 design. This one was produced from around 2002.

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Triangle tray Optics pattern
Triangle tray Optics pattern

Although made from about 2002 until 2008, this particular range is destined to be popular with future collectors.

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Experimental tray
Experimental tray

Developed around 2000, so between Fiesta Glass Ltd and Joseph Joseph Ltd. Used slumping techniques but using a much thicker glass.

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Experimental tray
Experimental tray

<< See left. The mould. Problems with minor flaws in the glass after annealing caused this project to be abandoned.

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