This is a very heavy glass vase that is in the shape of a goblet with a dark body plus a large amount of chips in a multitude of colours surrounding the piece. There is also the addition of gold leaf to further enhance this unusual and striking glass object. The applied rim is in a lavender shade to highlight the edge before the entire piece is iridised. Created by Paul Hayworth of New South Wales.
Another large bird by Paul Hayworth and Paul Flett. This item is made of black and bright lemon yellow glass having lovely flowing lines. It measures 21cm from the beak to the tip of the tail and looks very pretty nestled in the garden amongst the foliage.
A striking multi coloured and clear glass bird. Measuring an impressive 22cm from the beak to the tip of the tail. This was created by Paul Hayworth and Paul Flett at the Hungerford Hill Vineyard in New South Wales for a few short years during the early 1980’s which is now known as Hunter Valley Gardens.
This is a beautiful fruit bowl in green glass with multi coloured mottling on the main body. It has large ribbing on the outer surface of the bowl which cast interesting reflections and shadows especially in the sunlight.Crafted by Paul Hayworth and Paul Flett.
Made of a light green glass encasing millions of tiny bubbles which gives it a wonderful textural appearance. Created in the Hunter Valley Vineyards during a time of exploration by glass artists around Australia this wombat is a survivor of that era.
This adorable polar bear figurine was made in 1982 at the Hungerford Hill Vineyard studio in the Pokolbin Vineyards district of New South Wales. The piece is made of a clear glass with a faint mint green tint. A profusion of tiny bubbles gives it the most delicate almost crystalline appearance that sparkles like glitter.
An unusual and irregular shaped vase made with a black glass and a white flowing design. Made by Paul Hayworth and Paul Flett during a short period in the Hunter Valley Vineyards where they had a studio before moving on. Paul Hayworth continued to produce beautiful glass and now lives in the coastal town of Lake Cathie New South Wales.