Correia Art Glass, located in Santa Monica, CA, is a small family-owned glass studio. It was founded in 1973 by nationally recognized glass artist Steven V. Correia, whose works with glass and light have been exhibited all over the world. This gorgeous flared hand-blown bowl, dated 1981, is in the pulled feather design within a rich copper background. The feather is reminiscent of a peacock with iridescent seafoam, purple and pink. The copper body has a light texture that has picked up small reflections in our photos. The bowl stands 5 ¾” tall and rests on a darker bronze color base that measures 4 3/8” in diameter; the flared mouth is 11” in diameter. As you can see from the photos the light that hits the inside of the bowl gives off a warm glow. It is signed Correia on the bottom and also has incising of SBL 81-1 (the middle part of the incising is covered by a small pad). The piece is in excellent condition. There is a place on the smoothly ground bottom that appears to have been a bubble that left a round spot and there are a few small bubbles other places on the piece.
This piece is one of many in an art glass collection that we recently acquired, and on the bottom are an inventory sticker and small pads that were on it from the estate.
What a great find to add to your art glass collection or just as an accent piece on your shelf. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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Signed Correia Art Glass Iridescent Controlled Feather Bowl dated 1981