The Gallery's collection acts as a living history of glass, offering genres and styles of blown glass from Murano to American flameworking. Maintaining diverse and extensive holdings, the Gallery includes such masters as Chris Ahalt, George William Bell, Joshua Bernbaum, Kiva Ford, Dan Friday, Hannah Gibson, Sidney Hutter, Yoshinori Kondo, Caroline Landau, Jonas Noël Niedermann, Matteo Silverio, and Christopher Windsor on its roster of artists. The gallery also offers works from other glass masters, including Stefano Bullo, Michael Cozza, Wesley Fleming, and Jupiter Nielsen.

Chesterfield Gallery founder, Simon Abrahms, has been a leading pioneer among gallerists, curators and historians in the creation and development of the modern market for Contemporary Glass. Originally known as Chesterfield Glass Art, Chesterfield Gallery was the first gallery to regularly exhibit flameworking and pipemaking, which are now accepted as important elements in the collectible glass art landscape.

Originating in West Hartford, Connecticut, the Gallery would move to Northampton, Massachusetts, where it featured a flameworking studio and artist-in-residence program. In 2016, Chesterfield Gallery relocated to 109 Norfolk Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, followed by its appointment-only home on East 92nd Street on the Upper East Side. Consistent with its former downtown space, the uptown gallery featured a flexible yet intimate space, favoring salon-style exhibitions overlooking Central Park.

About Chesterfield Gallery

Chesterfield Gallery is committed to extending an awareness and appreciation of fine art glass. The visitor is assured of a unique and rewarding gallery experience. Our clients range from the beginning collector to the most experienced connoisseurs and institutional collectors. Our website features a selection of meticulously chosen works, including sculpture, installations, lighting, goblets, wall art, and other rare objects from around the world. Only a small portion of our holdings are shown in the online gallery, so please don't hesitate to inquire. Our knowledgeable staff is always available to guide visitors through our substantial holdings.

Today, Chesterfield Gallery can be found in the heart of the Chelsea gallery district of New York at 507 West 27th Street. For the most updated information, please email the gallery at

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