This small bottle is probably a perfume bottle however the stopper seems to be missing. The bottle has a wonderful iridescence over a creamy gold with rivers of blue criss crossing the main body. Crafted by the Late Gene Polt of Western Australia a true artisan.
This large and impressive latticino ewer is in clear glass with red ribbons creating the lattice effect. Created by well known South Australian artist Tim Shaw on a trip to Turkey and brought back to Australia.
This superb little bottle has a delectable strawberry colour to the main body with a soft lavender mauve swirled through the top and the flared lip. It also has a myriad of colour chips around the entire middle as well as a trailed design. Created by well known artist Peter Goss who moved to Australia from England and trained as a glass artist at the Jam Factory in Adelaide before moving to Queensland and setting up the Paraison Glass Studio. Eventually the studio was closed in 1991 due to ill health so this bottle was made rather late in his career as a glass artist.
This wonderful bottle is in a tree bark style coloured with a metallic finish resulting a bronze look. It has a beautiful blue smooth top with a white stripe trailing around the upper portion of the bottle. I first saw this type of work by Peter Goss in the 1970s at the Big Merino in Goulburn New South Wales.
This contemporary decanter is a wonderful inverted cone shape in a pure white glass cased in clear. The stopper and the trailing to the neck of the bottle is in pitch black glass spectacularly contrasting with the white. Wendy makes paperweights with sculptural carving for which she is well known and commanding large prices.