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 online. Chihuly glass can be found for sale at auctions and different marketplaces.
This is a vintage, 20th century, signed and dated 1994, hand blown studio art glass basket or bowl by renowned American glass artist Dale Chihuly (b. 1941)
The glass ‘basket’ is done in blue and yellow with striping in the glass and ruffle form. These are from the Seaform Persian Basket line by Chihuly.
This particular color and style have been cataloged as ‘striped zebra’. Usually seaforms consisted of various pieces to make a small sculptural grouping.
The glass ‘basket’ is done in an orange color with a red lip. The mottling in the glass is referred to as macchia.
The glass ‘basket’ is done in a mottled cobalt blue, called macchia, with a red lip.