|Description||"Spectacle" art glass sculpture||Handblown Glass Sculpture Of Violet Hill Studio, Large Turquoise Loose Group||Medium Gold Ruby Jellyfish||Small Passion Moon Jellyfish||Handblown Glass Sculpture Of Violet Hill Studio, Small Amethyst Loose Group||18" Handblown Glass Platter "May the Lord"|
|Content||"Spectacle" by Caleb Nichols measures approximately 200. Caleb Nichols has mastered the standards of blowing, casting, annealing and fusing. He has even developed a new technique of his own: smashing. "I blow these forms,' he states, 'then hit them with a hammer.' This leaves him with chunks of glass that become fog, froth, foam, waves, beach stones and boulders in his fused works. The technique, which allows him to work bigger without requiring assistance, gives his work its distinctively rough dynamics." *Picture is representative of the piece and may not be identical. Each piece is individually handmade and will have subtle differences.
||Handblown Glass Sculpture By Barry Entner Of Violet Hill Studio, Large Turquoise Loose Group||Gold Ruby Jellyfish Handblown Glass By Richard Satava, Serial Number 3453-08 Signed On Bottom With Artist Signature
|Stones||Ruby||Passion Moon Handblown Glass Jellyfish By Richard Satava, Serial Number 416-10 Signed On Bottom With Artist Signature
||Handblown Glass Sculpture By Barry Entner Of Violet Hill Studio, Small Amethyst Loose Group
|Material||14k yellow gold|
|Stones||Amethyst||Handblown Glass Platter "May the Lord" 18" by Schlanser Glass Studio|