Lace

Dates produced

1988-1991

Designer

Elizabeth Harris

Colourways

Blue; Pink.

About this design

Lace is part of a collection called Ribbons, Lace, Silk and Satin, which was inspired by textiles. After Ribbons, Lace was the next most popular design of the four. Please note that one of the very few errors in Mark Hill's book on IOWSG [1] concerns Lace and Satin. On page 112 the image to the left should be captioned 'Lace' and not 'Satin' and on page 113 in the first column 'Lace' should be replaced with 'Satin' and 'Satin' should be replaced with 'Lace'.

Lace was the model for Royal Brierley's 'Studio' range. The similarity to Lace is obvious from the two pictures at the bottom of this page.

Examples

Blue

Lace Blue cylindrical vase, 13.5 cm high

Lace Blue cylindrical vase, 13.5 cm high

Lace Blue cylindrical vase, 13.5 cm high

Lace Blue cylindrical vase, 13.5 cm high

Lace Blue cylindrical vase close up

Lace Blue cylindrical vase close up. Notice the mirror-like surface.


Pink

Lace Pink round perfume bottle, 9.8 cm high, 6.5 cm diameter

Lace Pink round perfume bottle, 9.8 cm high, 6.5 cm diameter

Close-up of Lace Pink round perfume bottle

Close-up of Lace Pink round perfume bottle. Notice the mirror-like surface.


Labels on a Lace Pink paperweight

Labels on a Lace Pink egg-shaped paperweight, including the label of the Design Centre London.


Royal Brierley 'Studio' example

Royal Brierley 'Studio' pink globe vase, 20 cm high, 20 cm wide

A Royal Brierley 'Studio' pink globe vase, 20 cm high, 20 cm wide.

Base of Royal Brierley 'Studio' pink globe vase

Base of a Royal Brierley 'Studio' pink globe vase with the acid etched makers mark.


Bibliography
1. Hill, M. (2006) Michael Harris : Mdina Glass & Isle of Wight Studio Glass. 158 pp. Mark Hill Publishing.

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