A very pretty perfume bottle in the shape of a heart with a clear stopper. The vessel is in the most wonderful electric blue.Created by Kylie Neilson this piece would look perfect on a dresser or a bathroom window sill to catch the light.
This rather unusual perfume bottle looks as if it has wax dripped over it and then iridised to give it a magical glow. It has a stopper with a long dauber that reaches almost to the bottom of the vessel. This amazing piece was crafted by West Australian artist Gene Polt who sadly passed away many years ago. Gene was very good friends with Alan Fox and they opened a glass studio together called the glass nest studio in Western Australia. I have since spoken to Robyn his wife who is kindly writing a background and history for him.
A very unusual perfume bottle in the shape of a woman’s torso with a brass or gold wire thread draped over the body creating the illusion of fabric.The stopper is a spherical shape representing the head wearing a large brimmed hat. The wire was included when the piece was being blown as in some areas it has been enveloped by the glass. This bottle is signed to the top of the hat with what looks to be Eleanor. Although I do not know where this perfume bottle was made I feel that it may be Australian however someone else may be able to shed some light on it for me.
A beautiful blue and lilac perfume bottle that has the unmistakable look of a work made by the talented artist Setsuko Ogishi originally from Japan and now living in the Hunter Valley New South Wales. Bearing the signature OM to the base standing for Ogishi Mizuno which is the name of the studio. Some of Setsuko’s work is signed WR for Wilderness Road the location of the studio and earlier pieces were signed with her full signature.
This is yet another of artist Jemma Clement’s creations looking like a pretty little candle that has a glow of it’s own with a vibrant colour pallet and patterns.Made of borosilicate glass it is very durable as well as useful to hold that special scent.
This beautiful perfume bottle is in clear glass with blue combed trailing and some mottling to the surface giving it an almost oil slick appearance. It is crafted by the highly collected artist Don Wreford who is based in Victoria.
This vibrant perfume bottle is in the most brilliant orange that is cased in a layer of clear glass which seems to intensify the colour. This piece is crafted by Maureen Williams who is known for her use of colour.
This red cage perfume bottle was the prototype for a series in various colours so it is larger than the production pieces. Created by Michael Hook of Resolution Glass this is a superb example of his work showing the skill that was employed to craft some of his glass perfume bottles.
A stunningly refined piece of glass this perfume bottle is crafted of blue and purple cased glass that blend together perfectly. It looks beautiful with the light shining through. Created by well known artist Maureen Williams usually known for her enameled and hand painted finishes cased in glass. Compare this with the “Yellow Perfume Bottle by Maureen Williams”.
These two perfume bottles by Bernard Stonor of Kangaroo Island South Australia features forget me not flowers in blue and mauve.The exterior is frosted with a facet cut on two sides and polished to reveal the beautiful flowers made of small millefiori suspended within. A dark plum coloured thread is trailed around the top to finish off the piece.