In the early to mid 20th Century the creation of decorative new designs in glass continued to challenge the imagination and skill of designers, glass blowers and moulders. The growing interest in the possibilities of pattern, texture and colour fused into the body of the glass itself in many of the decorative pieces produced at the time lead the way for future artisans. With virtually no change in the equipment used, variations on established techniques were under constant development and each year new forms emerged to make a contribution to the collective history of the art.
Designed by renowned designer Alexander Hardie Williamson for Ravenhead Glass, this lovely tea light candle holder is a classic in mid-century design and sure to look great wherever it's placed.
In general good condition with no chips or cracks. Measures approximately 6.5cm tall, 15.5cm in diameter.