by Randi Solin: "My work is a juxtaposition of weighted organic form and sharp polished edges. I approach glass like a painter to a canvas or a weaver using thread to create an intricate tapestry." Each piece is unique. Pattern and size will vary. Signed on bottom. Dimensions: 19″H, 7″W, 4″D. $3,190 reduced to $2,711.50 as of 6/21/16.
Egypt - New Kingdom or Late Period (Dynasties XVIII to XX, 1650-1085 BCE, Dynasties XXI to XXX, 1085-332 BCE) - Pendant in the form of a lotus. Hard stones and gold. (Contemporary gold setting.) H 4.3 W 4.2 cm
Late Classic, Maya Rattle in the form of a bloated hanging corpse, A.D. 650–850 Ceramic h. 16.2 cm., w. 4.6 cm., d. 3.4 cm. (6 3/8 x 1 13/16 x 1 3/8 in.) Place made: Maya area, Petén, Guatemala or Mexico
Tea caddy imitating Takatori ware ca. 1700-1868 Edo period Lacquer on unknown base; ivory lid H: 7.0 W: 4.2 cm Japan . Ceramic tea containers are used customarily for the preparation called thick tea, while lacquer containers are used for thin tea. This lacquer posing as ceramic playfully crosses boundaries.