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    Posted 8 years ago

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    This is a vase by Andrew Williams, don't know much about him, but I think it is a pretty vase, it is iridized and has colorful speckles on it, also it has a rough pontil mark.

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    1. inky inky, 8 years ago
      He used to blow glass in Inglewood Taranki, not to far from here, thought this might be of interest...:-)

    2. MacArt MacArt, 8 years ago
      Thank You Inky, very useful link, when I bought the vase it came with Andrew's business card, that's how I got the name, when I tried to google him nothing much relevant came up unfortunately.
    3. inky inky, 8 years ago
      You are very welcome...I am glad you found it useful, New Zealand art glass is very collectable here and anything from the Inglewood Glass Factory especially, I have some lovely examples of Tony Kueper who stared the studio,

      Taken from the same blog...

      When the 25 year old American glassblower arrived with his Kiwi wife in 1973, there was no tradition of studio hot glass in New Zealand. They went to Taranaki in March 1974 - some friends had mentioned the old church at Inglewood – and set up a studio, gallery and residence. Tony made his first hot glass in NZ in 1975.

      At Inglewood, he taught others, laying the foundation for New Zealand's hot glass movement. His studio continued at Inglewood for nearly 15 years, and provided many New Zealanders with their first chance to buy studio glass and to see it being made. Tony was a true pioneer, who inspired, taught and stimulated many later glass artists, and who first began educating New Zealanders to buy glass as art. His influence continued through his teaching in Whanganui, and through his ongoing involvement in glass.

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