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'Black/White/Topaz Sentinel' bottle by Jane Bruce

2003
Bottle, 'Black/White/Topaz Sentinel', kiln fused Bullseye glass tile, 'roll-up' process, wheel cut, hand-sanded with 220 and 400 mesh grit and 'wet and dry' sand paper with wax oil medium, made by Jane Bruce, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 2003

Bottle form, flat base, tall cylindrical body with straight sides, with rounded shoulder and cylindrical neck with open mouth. The lower three quarters of the body is in black glass, the top quarter and neck in vertical stripes made from fused layers of white, clear, topaz and black glass, in squared sections. The surface is sanded to a matt finish.
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