Goldieland Studio offers custom and handmade glassware created to imbue and support the empowerment of women into our daily life.

Goldieland Studio’s new design line focuses on creating functional and beautiful objects that bring a sense of beauty to any space. Each piece that I create is unique, made by hand and with exceptional care. I have been practicing the art of glass flameworking since 2009, developing glass objects in the context of installation, sculpture and performance. I started Goldieland Studio with the intention of creating custom-made objects that embody an experience of beauty and empowerment.  Through the hand sculpting process, each piece is made with care, inspired by my culture as a Filipina woman. It draws particularly on the Philippine precolonial priestess the Babaylan, who represents alignment with natural principles and is celebrated today as a feminist symbol of the renewed Filipina woman.


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︎The Zodiac collection 

The newest ring collection features designs that corresponds to each sign of the zodiac.

For customers in the US: rings are $40 each or $100 for a set of three. Shipping fees are calculated and added on top of your final amount after you submit your order.

For customers in the Philippines: rings are ₱2,545 each or ₱5,855 for a set of three, inclusive of shipping from the US. Order before October 23 to receive your rings by late November to early December.

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︎  US and PH order form

Barbae Collection

Rooted in feminist practice, and in the filipino tradition of handicraft, these glasses serve as energetic beacons of sensuality and empowerment. The delicate shape of these glasses are inspired by the female form. Although rooted in female energy and empowerment, they are not just about the female condition; rather they aid in the inner adjusting of both energies within.

︎  US order form
︎     PH order form 

The Ursula 

︎barbae glass collection

The Ursula, rendered in an eye catching opaque violet glass is inspired by the American writer best known for her works of speculative fiction , Ursula K.Le Guin.

︎  US order form
︎  PH order form