A spectacular large conical vase in a soft mint green mounted on a clear glass foot and a thin orange rim created by well know artist Richard Morrell this piece has a wide opening making it perfectly suited for large bunches of flowers such as chrysanthemums.
Helmut Heibl created this pretty blue vase with a large flared salmon pink lip that makes it perfect o be displayed in the centre of a bromeliad making it look like a bizarre flower from another world. Helmut created numerous organically shaped pieces with some unusual colour choices.
This vase is in an upright cornucopia shape atop a wonderful snail shell shaped base giving this item the look of a marine creature. It has a beautiful network of blue and white wispy threads almost like clouds or puffs of smoke. Crafted by West Australian Artist Gene Polt.
An unusual green vase with a drip design from the rim down one side of the vessel.The colour is a clear green and is a flat rounded shape making this piece a contemporary one that will look perfect in a seaside themed decor.Made by Ian Johnstone formerly of Sydney.
This pretty vase is in a sea urchin shape with multicoloured chips and a delicate design on the spines giving a ribbed appearance to the piece.The vase itself is in a very pretty soft blue with a sea green rim and is crafted by well known Australian glass artist Setsuko Ogishi.
A stunning piece this vase is in the most beautiful cranberry colour with a white design of vertical stripes and dots. The shape of this vase is that of a waisted design such as a beautiful woman wearing a corset with a form fitting dress. Created by Sean O’Donoghue of Hot Stuff glass blowing studio and gallery of Queensland.
Crafted by Richard Morrell this stunning piece stands 36 1/2 centimetres high with a beautiful soft sky blue to the main cone and a delightful pink for the base this piece can be used either as a vase or a dish for nuts or sweets when turned upside down.
A large heavy cornucopia with the tail curling around a pearl with a blue flower. The organic shape is highlighted by frills running down the body looking like fins on a large jellyfish or squid standing on a starfish shaped base. It is iridised to give it a final sea form appearance this piece is made by Colin Heaney of Byron Bay.
This elegant flower vase or bowl is in a soft transparent pink with white mottling over the surface. It is in a beautiful simplistic shape with it’s lines that the Japanese are so famous for relying only on its design. Beautifully crafted by Sesuko Ogishi originally from Japan now living and working in Australia.
This tall vase is created with two points pulled up and then one is curled giving this piece a sculptural asymmetrical shape that although created in the early 1980’s it still has a very contemporary appeal in a vibrant orange. Crafted at the Leonora Glass Works which was a part of the old Phillips Light Factory in Newcastle New South Wales where many a crafts person had their start. Sadly the factory closed many years ago leaving many artists to find other avenue for their passions.