These studio pottery bowls have been completed in a white rake glaze overlaid with black line detailing. They are signed to the base.
Diameter 8.5cm high x 14cm diameter
Studio pottery is pottery made by a professional artist or artisan working alone or in small groups, making unique or short runs of items. Typically, all stages of manufacturing are carried out by the artists themselves.
A perfect set of glasses and decanter by Geoffrey Baxter. No chips or scratches to the glass. The decanter has a teak stopper top (which appears unused) with squared body and textured finish. Each glass in the same design raised on a circular foot.
Decanter measures approx. 23cm x 10cm x 10cm.
Glasses measures approx. 11cm x 6cm diameter.
Geoffrey Baxter was one of the outstanding British glass designers of the post-war period. From 1954 until 1980 he worked for Britain's leading handmade glass manufacturer, Whitefriars Glass, designing a wide range of domestic glass, including tableware and ornamental glass. With radical shapes and bright psychedelic colours he helped putWhitefriars Glass on the post-war fashion map and became responsible for much of the company’s success during the 20th Century.
Nick Orsler - A Studio glass vase titled "Breathing Space", in pink and blue translucent glass. Signed and dated 1986 to base,
Dimensions - 20cm high
Nick Orsler trained at Hornsey College of Art in London, and then did a degree in Industrial design at Leicester University. He set up a small studio in London with the support of a Crafts Council award. Stockists of Nick's work have included Harrods International glass department, Liberty's One off department and the Designers Guild.