- Renaissance: Black (1989 only); Blue (1989 only) - colours over a Sherbet body. Of the two colourways, blue is by far the most common. The black colourway is very hard to find. It is shown in Mark Hill’s book  on page 116.
- Renaissance II: Blue (late 1989-1991); Pink (late 1989-1991); Brown (1990-1991) - colours over a gräal body. Renaissance II is much scarcer than the earlier Renaissance, even though it was produced for a longer period. Blue is the more common colourway, while pink and brown are extremely rare.
Renaissance blue conical perfume bottle, 9 cm high, made 1989 only. This item is signed on the base "Jonathan Harris I O W England".
Renaissance blue cylinder perfume bottle, 10.75 cm high and 5 cm in diameter, made 1989 only. This item is signed on the base "Jonathan Harris I O W England".
Renaissance blue cylinder perfume bottle, showing detail of conical stopper.
Renaissance II Blue
Footed plate, 26.5 cm diameter.
Showing the foot of the plate. There is a broken pontil mark on the foot.
Renaissance II Brown
Pedestal bowl, 29.5 cm diameter at rim, 18 cm high. Signed on the base 'Jonathan Harris Isle of Wight Glass, England. 1990'. The words 'Isle of Wight Glass' is incorporated in the design. There is a broken pontil mark on the base and a black triangular label near the top rim.