Yellow Egg Shaped Perfume Bottle by Setsuko Ogishi

The egg shape is one of the designs that Setsuko used to make a series of perfume bottles in various colours such as blue,red and yellow which this is a beautiful example. The main body is in a stunning yellow with a black collar and base. The stopper is in a clear glass with a sculptural piece attached to the top employing the colours that were used to make the series.

Yellow Egg Shaped Perfume Bottle by Setsuko Ogishi.
Yellow Egg Shaped Perfume Bottle by Setsuko Ogishi.

Glass Eggs by Geoffrey Dickinson

These two beautiful glass eggs in blue and a purple are the creation of Geoffrey Dickinson of Elmhurst Victoria. Made from lead crystal that Geoffrey made from scratch in his studio. The colours are amazing with a richness that makes them sparkle as jewels in the sun.The light piercing through these eggs makes them look like stained glass windows.

Glass Eggs by Geoffrey Dickinson.
Glass Eggs by Geoffrey Dickinson.

White Perfume Bottle by Gerry Reilly

This perfume bottle is in a white glass with a thin blue line that runs around the body of the piece .It has a large flared flat lip with a blue line around the edge and a clear stopper.Made by Gerry Reilly of Melting Pot Glass Studio in Western Australia this perfume bottle shows the diversity in his work.White glass in art glass is not very commonly used but when it is the outcome is stunning,it just seems to glow.

White Perfume Bottle by Gerry Reilly.
White Perfume Bottle by Gerry Reilly.

Candlestick and Bottle by Ian Johnstone

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.

Colourful Candlestick and Bottle by Ian Johnstone
Colourful Candlestick and Bottle by Ian Johnstone

Blue Paperweight by Gerry Reilly

This blue paperweight although it is hollow it is still classed as a paperweight. It has the most wonderful delicate network of threads intermittent with lime green on the top and on the sides it has blue patches like an oil spill then swirling in eddies around the piece.It is crafted by the expert hands of Gerry Reilly of the Melting Pot Glass Studio in Western Australia.

Blue Paperweight by Gerry Reilly.
Blue Paperweight by Gerry Reilly.

Iris Paperweight by Martini Glass

This is quite an unusual looking piece of art glass as it has the appearance of an eye or iris with a central pupil crafted by the dynamic duo of Tina Cooper and Mark Galton under the banner of Martini Glass. Martini Glass was the name used by the two until they each went their separate ways.This paperweight is in soft hues of pink,white and green in a clear glass casing and a central bubbleĀ  under a hole in the colour.

Iris Paperweight by Martini Glass
Iris Paperweight by Martini Glass