Höglund Art Glass – Vase

Höglund Art Glass – Vase – stock #12019

A stuuning original contemporary studio art glass vase by the Höglund Art Glass studio from New Zealand. This exampled is a vase with a flat ovoid shape decorated in pulled looping patterns in mainly blue to green colours.

Höglund Art Glass is created by Ola and Marie Höglund their work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, Indonesia, Taipei and Japan.

From 1978 to 1981 Ola and Marie spent three years in Swaziland (Africa) establishing Ngwenya Glassblowing Studio as a Swedish government development project. In 1982 they moved to New Zealand, choosing to become citizens. Today they share their time between New Zealand and Australia.The success in 2000 led to the next prestigious invitation; to create the art glass for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – The Games of the New Millennium. Ola and Marie designed a collection of bright and colourful art glass for this exciting event.

Size
Marks
Condition
19cm high
13.5cm wide by 7cm
Signed on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£85.00
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Höglund Art Glass – Vase

Höglund Art Glass – Vase – stock #11819

A stuuning original contemporary studio art glass vase by the Höglund Art Glass studio from New Zealand. This exampled is a vase with a flat ovoid shape decorated with a feathered patterns in mainly blue with gold colours.

Höglund Art Glass is created by Ola and Marie Höglund their work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, Indonesia, Taipei and Japan.

From 1978 to 1981 Ola and Marie spent three years in Swaziland (Africa) establishing Ngwenya Glassblowing Studio as a Swedish government development project. In 1982 they moved to New Zealand, choosing to become citizens. Today they share their time between New Zealand and Australia.The success in 2000 led to the next prestigious invitation; to create the art glass for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – The Games of the New Millennium. Ola and Marie designed a collection of bright and colourful art glass for this exciting event.

Size
Marks
Condition
19cm high
13.5cm wide by 7cm
Signed on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
SOLD  


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Höglund Art Glass – Vase

Höglund Art Glass – Vase – stock #11719

A stuuning original contemporary studio art glass vase by the Höglund Art Glass studio from New Zealand. This exampled is a vase with a flat ovoid shape decorated with a feathered patterns in mainly blue with random yellow inclusions.

Höglund Art Glass is created by Ola and Marie Höglund their work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, Indonesia, Taipei and Japan.

From 1978 to 1981 Ola and Marie spent three years in Swaziland (Africa) establishing Ngwenya Glassblowing Studio as a Swedish government development project. In 1982 they moved to New Zealand, choosing to become citizens. Today they share their time between New Zealand and Australia.The success in 2000 led to the next prestigious invitation; to create the art glass for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – The Games of the New Millennium. Ola and Marie designed a collection of bright and colourful art glass for this exciting event.

Size
Marks
Condition
19cm high
13.5cm wide by 7cm
Signed on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
SOLD  


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Höglund Art Glass – Vase

Höglund Art Glass – Vase – stock #11919

A stuuning original contemporary studio art glass vase by the Höglund Art Glass studio from New Zealand. This exampled is a vase with a flat ovoid shape decorated in pulled iredescent patterns on mainly blue colours.

Höglund Art Glass is created by Ola and Marie Höglund their work is internationally renowned and sought after by both public and private collectors worldwide. They have exhibited in more than 40 international exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, Indonesia, Taipei and Japan.

From 1978 to 1981 Ola and Marie spent three years in Swaziland (Africa) establishing Ngwenya Glassblowing Studio as a Swedish government development project. In 1982 they moved to New Zealand, choosing to become citizens. Today they share their time between New Zealand and Australia.The success in 2000 led to the next prestigious invitation; to create the art glass for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – The Games of the New Millennium. Ola and Marie designed a collection of bright and colourful art glass for this exciting event.

Size
Marks
Condition
49.5cm high
16cm wide by 7.5cm
Signed on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds SOLD Email to Enquire.
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