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Pink and Gold vase by Kent Le Grand

This beautiful bowl has a lovely soft pink and grey combed design with flecks of pure gold throughout the entire piece in an absolute clear body giving this piece an ethereal magical quality which can be seen better when you click on the image and then further click on that larger image to view a super sized image that you can scroll around for the detail.

Pink and Gold Bowl by Kent Le Grand
Pink and Gold Bowl by Kent Le Grand

Blue Vase By Gene Polt

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.

Blue Vase by Gene Polt.
Blue Vase by Gene Polt.

Blue and White Perfume Bottle by Mark Galton

This stunning perfume bottle in blue and white swirls has a thick clear vine like texture over the surface of the main body flowing down to a trunk style foot. Crafted by the well known glass artist Mark Galton it exhibits all of his style and techniques found in many of his works. Mark has a very organic style that is evident in this piece.

Blue and White Perfume Bottle by Mark Galton
Blue and White Perfume Bottle by Mark Galton.

Honey Bowl by Setsuko Ogishi

A wonderful bowl in a soft honey colour with flecks of varying colours on the main body of the piece then a trailing of a darker honey is swirled around the bowl and trimmed with a dark rim. This item has a warm and inviting look with it’s subtle but sophisticated form on a clear base. Made by Hunter Valley artist Setsuko Ogishi displaying yet another facet to her talents. I adore Setsuko’s work as she is constantly reinventing herself.

Honey Bowl by Setsuko Ogishi.
Honey Bowl by Setsuko Ogishi.

Not Just a Rock from Geoffrey Dickinson

This unique paper weight is in a clear class wit a surface coating of white and black speckles and a free form shape giving the item a very organic feel almost like a sea creature. The name that was given to this piece is not just a rock and was created by well known artist Geoffrey Dickinson of Oasis Crystal of Elmhurst Victoria unfortunately now closed.

Not Just a Rock by Geoffrey Dickinson.
Not Just a Rock by Geoffrey Dickinson.