Brown scalloped chihuly bowl

May 14, 20:43 UTC
Brown scalloped Chihuly bowl Item images 2f1526330777114 0f6g7pyimeka 201e1e7d534246c33f8eb28de4c19a5d 2fimg 20180514 131424 Item images 2f1526330777131 la3ip7r44b 201e1e7d534246c33f8eb28de4c19a5d 2fimg 20180514 131437 Item images 2f1526330777127 ix1bw53rxbe 201e1e7d534246c33f8eb28de4c19a5d 2fimg 20180514 131434 Item images 2f1526330749741 cw5bkskl2vs 201e1e7d534246c33f8eb28de4c19a5d 2fbrown Item images 2f1526330777119 jr6mdbjwd9j 201e1e7d534246c33f8eb28de4c19a5d 2fimg 20180514 131428 Item images 2f1526330777137 lahv1jt581 201e1e7d534246c33f8eb28de4c19a5d 2fimg 20180514 131506 Item images 2f1526330777141 iu9b9lo5yk 201e1e7d534246c33f8eb28de4c19a5d 2fimg 20180514 131527
Nelda
United States of America

Category
Sculptures

Acquired from
Inherited

Seller's estimate
$0

For sale
Maybe
Description

approx. 7 x 10 inches. approx. 5.5 inches tall.

Provenance

My parents were friends with Chihuly. Bowl given to them directly by Chihuly in the 90's.

Expert appraisals:
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$2,000 - $3,000 (United States Dollar)
Answered within 1 day

This is a vintage, 20th century, signed and dated 1997 hand blown studio art glass basket or bowl by renowned American glass artist Dale Chihuly (b. 1941) from Washington State. The glass 'basket' is done in a clear and brown, aka tabac, with striping in the glass and ruffle form. These are from the Seaform Persian Basket line by Chihuly. This particular color and style has been catalogued as 'striped zebra'. Usually seaforms consisted of various pieces to make a small sculptural grouping. The provenance, or history of ownership, is that this was a direct gift from the artist himself. Chihuly began working with glass in 1965 and studied under Harvey Littleton. By 1968 Chihuly earned his Masters of Fine Art from the esteemed Rhode Island School of Design and with a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation grant and a Fulbright Fellowship he apprenticed at Murano glass studios in Venice, Italy. In 1971, after his return to the US, he co-founded the Pilchuck Glass School near Stanwood, Washington. His works are displayed in Institutions throughout the world and widely collected. The estimate is based on actual recent past recorded auction sales of comparables. Retail 'asking prices' can be higher and vary.

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