Attractive Glass Vessel ‘Cutler’ by Lucy Batt
‘Cutler’ by Lucy Batt is an incredibly attractive glass vessel. It features a rich-red centre encased by a layer of thick clear glass. The highly polished outer surface is engraved with an intricate lace-like pattern. The engraving creates deep reflections that shine through the glass. Pure romance in glass form!
This elegant and attractive glass vessel is another example of Lucy’s brand of luxury glass art. It will add glamour to your interior space and attract gasps of admiration from all who see it.
Each piece is signed and numbered by the artist at her studio.
N.B. These attractive glass vessels are from a limited edition of 15 pieces. The image shown is ‘Cutler’ no. 1 of 15.
Attractive Glass Vessel Artist
Lucy Batt is a highly accomplished and qualified glass artist. She holds a Foundation and BA Honours Degree from Camberwell College of Art and Chelsea College of Art and Design respectively.
She then progressed onto a Post Graduate Certificate in Glass at world-renowned Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design.
Lucy’s forte is to create beautifully carved and intricate patterns onto blown glass vessels. She finds glass to be a special and unique material. The sublime colour, reflections and luminosity of glass is endlessly captivating.
Inspired by nostalgia, romance and nature’s beauty, Lucy’s pieces are luxurious and stylish. They are created using layers of wafer-thin colour, which are engraved to create deep reflections that shine through the glass. Each vessel is blown to make it as symmetrical as humanly possible. This takes exceptional control and every piece is technically complex to make. To this end, Lucy collaborates with other highly talented glass blowers.
Lucy also collaborates with interior designers, to produce unique features for the luxury interior market. This includes creating engraved screens and gilded tiles.
Lucy’s work has featured in many popular magazines and papers. These include Homes & Antiques Magazine, the Evening Standard and the Financial Times.
Lucy’s work demands to be seen up close, touched, owned and celebrated!