Yet another piece of glass by one of our more versatile artists this oil burner is in heavy glass with a stylised flower motif formed with the inclusion of small pieces of coloured glass in a controlled pattern giving the appearance that the flowers are floating in water.
In beautiful pink and white this candle holder takes a tea-light perfectly. Crafted by well known artist Julio Santos using age old techniques employed by the Venetian glass blowers for centuries to create a lattice effect by using thin white threads over the clear or transparent glass then twisting the molten glass to achieve this. The technique is called Latticino for obvious reasons.
This colourful candlestick and pink bottle is made by artist Ian Johnstone. The candlestick has a soft blue central column terminating with a vibrant yellow segment on either end then finished with a lovely cranberry pink disc on the top and bottom with the bottle in the same colour.The top disc also has a metal spike to hold the candle in place so that it wont slide off.
A very pretty heart shaped tea light holder predominantly in pink mottling with white and a few odd patches of blue.It is in a bulbous form with an indentation to hold the tea light. Created by well known artist Setsuko Ogishi of New South Wales.
This candle holder is a beautiful item and looks to be made by Gene Polt. Judging by the style of work and colourings I am confident in my belief that it is a Gene Polt piece even though it is not signed. I have contacted Alan Fox and he told me to email him the images and he will tell me if it is by Gene so when I am sure I will edit this post.
This amazing oil burner is crafted by Chris Pantano in the appearance of an Australian opal. Born in Sydney in 1948 Chris is self taught and drew his inspiration for his pieces from the Australian landscape and the Aboriginal culture to create works of art that is a reflection of this great land.