Woodstock Art & Glass has announced it plans to close its store on April 1, according to its Facebook page.
A woman named Karen on Wednesday answered the company's phone at the store and confirmed the store's last day will be on April 1, but declined to provide any more details.
Patch also reached out to co-owner Analisa Guay, but she has yet to respond to requests for information.
The company in 2011 moved into the former location of Priest Home Furnishings.
The company produced handmade glass beads for jewelry, which was sold worldwide.
The store in downtown Woodstock sold a variety of handmade glass products, such as art, jewelry and housewares.
Veteran glass artists also coordinated art courses that were open to the public, and an art studio toward the back of the building was available for use by local artists.