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Juicy Spoon - azure

Chris Bird -Jones
POA

This stunning spoon ‘sculpture' is from the  ‘Juicy Spoon Series’ - a series of colourful blown unique glass characters with cupped bowls and flowing handles. 

 

From cradle to grave the spoon is an often used tool, the strong relationship between our mouths, tastebuds and spoons is explored through this series of pieces. 

 

Available in 7 colours, it is shown here in a beautiful azure. 

 

Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity and is individually priced.  Please follow the link and complete the short enquiry form for pricing and delivery information.


 Photo Credit: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd

Juicy Spoon - green

Chris Bird -Jones
POA

This stunning spoon ‘sculpture' is from the  ‘Juicy Spoon Series’ - a series of colourful blown unique glass characters with cupped bowls and flowing handles. 

 

From cradle to grave the spoon is an often used tool, the strong relationship between our mouths, tastebuds and spoons is explored through this series of pieces. 

 

Available in 7 colours, it is shown here in a beautiful green. 

 

Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity and is individually priced.  Please follow the link and complete the short enquiry form for pricing and delivery information.


Photo Credit: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd
 

Juicy Spoon - blue

Chris Bird -Jones
POA

This stunning spoon ‘sculpture' is from the  ‘Juicy Spoon Series’ - a series of colourful blown unique glass characters with cupped bowls and flowing handles. 

 

From cradle to grave the spoon is an often used tool, the strong relationship between our mouths, tastebuds and spoons is explored through this series of pieces. 

 

Available in 7 colours, it is shown here in a beautiful deep blue. 

 

Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity and is individually priced.  Please follow the link and complete the short enquiry form for pricing and delivery information.

 

Photo Credit: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd

Juicy Spoon - orange

Chris Bird -Jones
POA

This stunning spoon ‘sculpture' is from the  ‘Juicy Spoon Series’ - a series of colourful blown unique glass characters with cupped bowls and flowing handles. 

 

From cradle to grave the spoon is an often used tool, the strong relationship between our mouths, tastebuds and spoons is explored through this series of pieces. 

 

Available in 7 colours, it is shown here in a beautiful flame red. 

 

Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity and is individually priced.  Please follow the link and complete the short enquiry form for pricing and delivery information.

 

Photo Credit: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd

Juicy Spoon - cerise

Chris Bird -Jones
POA

This stunning spoon ‘sculpture' is from the  ‘Juicy Spoon Series’ - a series of colourful blown unique glass characters with cupped bowls and flowing handles. 

 

From cradle to grave the spoon is an often used tool, the strong relationship between our mouths, tastebuds and spoons is explored through this series of pieces. 

 

Available in 7 colours, it is shown here in a beautiful cerise. 

 

Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity and is individually priced.  Please follow the link and complete the short enquiry form for pricing and delivery information.


Photo Credit: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd
 

Hare at Dusk in Purple

Margaret Burke
£456.00

Margarets Creatures Collection has developed over 20+ years. From travelling around the UK, she has spent a lot of time watching wildlife in moors, mountains, estates and fields in their natural habitats. She has created 'Hare at Dusk' from observing many hares in an evening, bouncing across fields and with its nose in the air. 

Peacock in Purple

Margaret Burke
£456.00

Peacock in Purple is created by blowing a plate of glass in our hot glass studio. Once cooled, Margaret etches, engraves and sandblasts through the different layers of colour to create a relief of her Peacock design.

Black Sea, Blue Harbour

Margaret Burke
£1,020.00

Margaret enjoys using different surface design techniques to create her multi component sculptures. Her 'Black Sea, Blue Harbour' scene is a construction of three blown forms with multiple layers of coloured glass that Margaret has sandblasted through the different layers.