Savoy Studios brings the timeless
qualities of fine art glass and metal
work aboard ocean vessels of all
sizes. Held back only by the limits
of the imagination, the interiors of
yachts and cruise lines alike are
transformed into luxurious retreats.
The ultimate in luxury on open waters. Savoy brings to the sea the unique
elegance of glass, and meets its challenging design requirements.
Cast glass figure for columns in the art Deco themed casino aboard the Constellation.
Top left: Slumped and chipped
peach glass torchère. Bottom left:
Art glass and stone inlaid floor.
Right: Glass stair rails with etched
and laminated bevels.
Fused glass column torchères. Glass partition laminated with cast glass shells.
Graceful and smart. Seemingly understated details speak
volumes about taste. Your personal statement triumphs.
Art glass and stone inlaid floor. Cast glass rope inlaid in walls. continued next page...
Top left: Blown art glass
(14” x 48”). Top right: Custom
etched glass hutch windows.
Hand blown art glass bowl.
This Page: Persian twist top blown glass vase from our Le Väs series (16" x 44").
Previous page continued: Cast glass tambour door with crystal handles. Bent glass
with wheel cut design on stair rail panels. Blown glass newl post knobs.
Savoy sculpts one of a kind experiences. Every detail comes
together in a lush expression of fantasy and visual eloquence.
Brushed copper interior wall art ( 72” x 72”).
Egyptian motif of the Infinity
Cruise Ship casino. Lit pedestals of fused dichroic glass
and metal. Deep carved
gold leafed and painted
glass Egyptian figures.
Bent glass back bar panel with deep carving and gold leaf. Etched and painted
glass moulding above mirrored ceiling. ( Infinity Cruise Ship)
Bottom left: Deep carved
glass marlin panel. Top right:
One of two 10’ high etched
glass sculptures for the 42nd
St. Theater aboard the cruise
ship Splendor of the Seas.
Opposite: 15’ high back
carved mirror with gold and
Right: The promenade aboard the
Voyager of the Seas. Glass sculpture
with lights piercing 4 deck levels (artist:
Larry Kirkland). Bottom Left: Sculpture
detail. Opposite: 30’ x 5’ glass panels
with laminated dichroic and colored
glass tiles aboard the Navigator. (artist:
Exquisitely crafted details accentuate fluid design; technique and
skill unite. Savoy is attentive to the most subtle aspects of quality.
Top row (from left to right): Cast “sea” glass. Etched and hand-painted glass marlin. Fused “ice” glass.
Bottom row: Opaque green “Athena” vase with blue frit treatment from our Le Väs series (18” x 29”). Fused
“water” glass. Blown glass fish. Opposite: Pressed glass shell wall sconce. Previous page top: Kiln textured
“current” glass. Blown white glass with blue swirl detail. Dichroic tiling. Middle: Dichroic lamination. Venicia
with optic bubble detail from our Le Väs series (16” x 19”). Fused glass “sea-life.” Bottom: Cast resin “wave”
with blue and green glass frit. Dichroic Pyrex rod curtain. Kiln textured glass “netting.”
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