During the coronavirus crisis, our workshop is closed and that means we won't be accepting any online orders. Please feel free to browse our collections, blogs and videos, just for fun. It's a lovely thing to do, and a reminder of some of the good things in life: inspiration, beauty, weddings, birthdays, special occasions, magic moments, your nearest and dearest...and Ola!
Stay safe everyone, best wishes from Ola Glorie.

Today is International Women's Day, so what better way to mark it than be paying tribute to - no, not Ola! - but to one of Ola's greatest inspirations,  Margaret Macdonald Macintosh. Born in in 1864, near Wolverhampton, Margaret Macdonald moved to Glasgow at a young age, and became one of that city's most original and celebrated artists.  Along with her sister, Frances, she was the first female day-student at Glasgow School of Art (just as Ola was later the first jewellery graduate of Aberdeen Art School.)  Margaret and Frances had already established their own studio, and developed their own...