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K. William Lequier, Artist, Cabriole, carved and sandblasted, H (with base) x W x 2 D.

Glass/metal infusion technique created by famous Polish Glass artist Adam Jablonski

Glass/metal infusion technique created by famous Polish Glass artist Adam Jablonski

Beautiful Art Glass vases in a wide range of colours, shapes and sizes

Beautiful Art Glass vases in a wide range of colours, shapes and sizes

bob crooks glass art | Beautiful Art Glass vases in a wide range of colours, shapes and sizes

bob crooks glass art | Beautiful Art Glass vases in a wide range of colours, shapes and sizes

Highlights Stoneform  ~ One of the crowning jewels of Peter’s ‘Highlights’ collection. A composition in blue. Linear channels of turquoise and royal blue are flanked by delicate and diffuse ribbons of yellow. A magnificent piece!

Highlights Stoneform ~ One of the crowning jewels of Peter’s ‘Highlights’ collection. A composition in blue. Linear channels of turquoise and royal blue are flanked by delicate and diffuse ribbons of yellow. A magnificent piece!

This spectacular  blown glass vessel from the artist’s Foglio series is created using the challenging  murrini technique. Patchen first creates hundreds of patterned glass tiles and composes them into a mosaic, then fuses them together and begins the blowing process.

This spectacular blown glass vessel from the artist’s Foglio series is created using the challenging murrini technique. Patchen first creates hundreds of patterned glass tiles and composes them into a mosaic, then fuses them together and begins the blowing process.

A Daum Nancy Cameo vase having a rain scene depicted with swaying trees in dark earthen hues against a vibrant pink, green and frost ground. The rain is depicted in clear glass against this background coloration. Signed, made in France, circa 1875-1910

A Daum Nancy Cameo vase having a rain scene depicted with swaying trees in dark earthen hues against a vibrant pink, green and frost ground. The rain is depicted in clear glass against this background coloration. Signed, made in France, circa 1875-1910

Highside Wave Bowl from http://www.glass-art.com/deso-Hiside-C.htm  (So gorgeous, looks like a real wave. This is sold but hopefully they will make more)

Highside Wave Bowl from http://www.glass-art.com/deso-Hiside-C.htm (So gorgeous, looks like a real wave. This is sold but hopefully they will make more)

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