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.
This stunningly beautiful perfume bottle with it’s clear red body and a violet collar is yet another fine example of the work done by renown glass artist Setsuko Ogishi.A feature of this piece is the ring of clear glass trapping a myriad of bubbles that sparkle like jewels in the sunlight plus the crowning glory is a crystal clear tear drop shaped stopper.
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.
Made by Hunter Valley artist Setsuko Ogishi this beautiful flat bowl is stunning in black and white mottles with a small square of gold leaf to enhance its appearance. It is a difficult task to achieve a piece of glass that is simple in form yet elegant in its beauty however this bowl does just that. The black and white blend together complimenting each other making this piece a valuable addition to a contemporary home being able to blend into any colour scheme.
This pretty vase is in a sea urchin shape with multicoloured chips and a delicate design on the spines giving a ribbed appearance to the piece.The vase itself is in a very pretty soft blue with a sea green rim and is crafted by well known Australian glass artist 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.
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 large bowl in it’s wonderful colours of soft mauve and blue with clouds of white plus a small amount of cranberry pink is a part of the series that Setsuko called her Spring series. A talented artist originally from Japan and now an Australian citizen working from her studio in the Hunter Valley.
This elegant flower vase or bowl is in a soft transparent pink with white mottling over the surface. It is in a beautiful simplistic shape with it’s lines that the Japanese are so famous for relying only on its design. Beautifully crafted by Sesuko Ogishi originally from Japan now living and working in Australia.
This desirable rose bowl shape is in a lovely deep wine colour with the most amazing decoration that looks like creatures under a microscope or perhaps some strange sea life. The patterns seem to have a life of their own as they float on the dark sea supported by a rich ruby red base. Crafted by Setsuko Ogishi this is an unusual work of art.